Carlos Tevez has turned down an offer to rejoin West Ham United, according to the Mirror.
The forward, who returned to the club where he began his career – Boca Juniors last summer instead looks likely to re-sign for another of his former sides, Corinthians.
He originally signed for West Ham from the Brazilian outfit in 2006 will fellow Argentina international Javier Mascherano.
He made twenty-nine appearances for the Hammers, scoring seven goals before signing for Manchester United.
He won two league titles, the League Cup and the Champions League with the Red Devils before controversially signing for their neighbors Manchester City where he won another championship and the FA Cup.
He added more medals to his collection during his two seasons with Juventus while internationally he has been seventy-six times for his country scoring thirteen goals though he missed out as Argentina reached the 2014 World Cup final.