Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has dismissed speculation that he is looking to leave Juventus at the end of the campaign. The Argentine striker has been playing in the Italian Serie A since 2013 after his £ 10 million move from Manchester City. He won the league title in his first season at the club, which was also the third consecutive time that the Italian giants have managed to win the title. As they go in search of a fourth consecutive title, Tevez helped them to a 1-0 win over AC Milan. Ahead of the match, the former Argentina international said that Milan should be considered as one of the title favourites after the great start to the season.
Playing in front of a pack the San Siro, Tevez managed to get a goal that turned out to be the only goal in the match in the 71st minute. This victory not only preserves the 100% start to the season, but they are also level on points with Roma who managed to win their match against Cagliari. Tevez still has 24 months left on his contract, but that has been suggestions that he would end the contract on mutual consent in favour of a return to his homeland. The striker has dismissed the speculation by saying that he intends to honour his three-year contract.
“Serie A is full of big players and it remains one of the most difficult leagues in the world. Absolutely, yes [will stay until 2016]. Allegri is a tranquil, intelligent person, a coach who knows a lot about football. He immediately commanded respect in the dressing room. Conte wanted me closer to the goal, Allegri asks me to diversity,” said Tevez after the win over Milan. Juventus’ next match is at home against Cesena while Roma are against Parma.