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And the 37-year-old Boca Juniors forward has shared the pitch with fellow Argentine Messi on the international stage.
Tevez has been at Boca Juniors since 2018 and will see his current deal with the Argentine side expire in the summer.
However, the former United and City star has already opened up about the star-studded team he would want to build for a testimonial match.
Tevez told Argentine station Radio La Red in 2020: "If I had to assemble the team, 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."
The former Argentina international has been widely praised for a successful career in the sport as he lifted major silverware in both England and Italy.
Sky Sports pundit Micah Richards even lauded former City teammate Tevez, saying he would even rank him ahead of club legend Sergio Aguero due to his "all-round ability."
Despite being in his third spell with Boca Juniors, Tevez remains open to his options in the future and says he won't be a "slave to my words."
The ex-Juventus forward suggested that he couldn't even rule out a potential return to the Premier League and a second stint with West Ham.
"I leave all possibilities open [about my future], as I do not want to be a slave to my words," Tevez explained.
"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.
"Or spend six months at Corinthians. I won't rule anything out because I don't want to be a slave to my words."
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