Carlos Tevez Has Done The Most Carlos Tevez Thing Ever With This Latest Transfer

To be fair, you wouldn't turn it down

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Carlos Tevez, raised in the scalding iron cauldron of Apache, Buenos Aires' toughest neighbourhood. Carlos Tevez, with his bulldog-like approach. Small, latin and furious. Carlos Tevez, the son who returned home to shower glory on the team that made him, the team that he could never forget: Boca, his first love... But £615,000 a week is £615,000 a week, boys, even if you do have to play in China.

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Does it get any more Carlos Tevez than that?

At 32 years of age, Carlos Tevez is soon to become the highest paid footballer in the world. Making - you guessed it - £615,000 a week, after Shanghai Shenhua rolled into town to bury the rotting corpse of nostalgia with their fat wallets and diamond encrusted spades.

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Having only returned to Argentina and the feverous embrace of his hometown club last year, Tevez made his final appearance for Boca Juniors over the weekend, scoring in a 4-1 win against Colon, causing fans to invade the pitch and beg him to stay.

Six Hundred and Fifteen Thousand Pounds a week.

No, no he won't stay.

See ya
Unlucky, pal

Tevez has built a storied career on being a bit of a maverick, becoming a cult figure at West Ham for his relegation-saving heroics, as well as equal parts hero and villain for both Manchester clubs. He then spent a successful stint at Juventus, before his big homecoming and the promise of retirement amongst his adoring public.

Speaking recently about the pressures of representing Boca, Tevez said: "Abroad is different - if I lose a game I can still take my daughters to school and have a normal life."

Oh Carlos, what are you like?

Here's our favourite ever Tevez moment, for old time's sake...