That didn't take long, did it?
Just five games into his tenure as the world's highest-paid player (£617,000 per week, in case you were wondering), and already Carlos Tevez's commitment to the Chinese Super League is being called into question.
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Unsurprisingly, considering this is a player who switched United for City like he was swapping his car insurance provider, it turns out that Tevez isn't really that fussed about his new club Shanghai Shenhua, after he was spotted on a day out at Disneyland, instead of in the stands cheering on his teammates.
While he might be out with a calf injury, Tevez's decision to take his family to see Mickey Mouse, instead of resting or supporting his team, has angered both fans and the local Shanghai media.
"Tevez has not been communicating with his teammates and he has refused to take part in some games in training," claimed Shanghai newspaper Wenhui Bao over the weekend.
"Compare that to Hulk [who plays for city rivals SIPG], who is fully devoted in every training session and who travelled with the team to Japan when he was injured. He even participated in all of the training sessions in Japan and has shown the professionalism of a top player."
Oh Carlos, what are you like?