Argentinean great Carlos Tevez's career is drawing to a close and he is already making plans for his farewell game in which he would like to bring together Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi as part of his team.
The former Manchester United striker will reportedly continue at Boca Juniors for another six months and revealed the team he wants to play with for his farewell game and the side for which he would return to Europe.
Tevez told Radio La Red, as quoted by Marca, "If I had to assemble the team (for his farewell game) it would consist of [Gianluigi] Buffon, Hugo Ibarra, Rio Ferdinand, Gabriel Heinze, Patrice Evra, Andrea Pirlo, Paul Scholes, Paul Pogba, Cristiano [Ronaldo], Leo Messi and Wayne Rooney,"
While Tevez has selected Manchester United midfielder Pogba in his side, he never teamed up with the World Cup winner at Old Trafford, instead turning out alongside him during his time at Juventus.
Furthermore, he added, "I leave all possibilities open [about my future], as I do not want to be a slave to my words. Of course, in Argentina [there's] only Boca [for me]. But I would like to return to West Ham to be applauded for six months. Of the teams I played in Europe, I love them the most."
Apart from a trophy laden club career, for his national team, Tevez has played for Argentina on 76 occasions, scoring 13 goals, winning Olympic gold in 2004.