Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has admitted that his love for the game has rekindled after making a switch to Juventus.
The Argentina international revealed in the past that he was almost ended his playing career after a dispute with former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini in September 2011.
“I always said that I would retire at 28 and I was close to retiring after the fight with Roberto Mancini,” Tevez told Fox Sports.
“I was tired as well. I had spent six years in England and nobody would have given a cent for me to stay six years in England. I won the Champions League with Manchester United, the Premier League with Manchester United, the FA Cup with Manchester City, who hadn’t won anything for a long time, I won everything.
“There’s a moment where you get tired, you get tired of football. I wanted to leave football, then Juventus arrived, one of the biggest teams in Europe.”