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The 36-year-old Argentine forward played alongside Juventus superstar Ronaldo at Manchester United for two years.
And Tevez, who has signed a six-month extension with Boca Juniors, played alongside fellow Argentine Messi on the international stage.
The former Manchester City and United star has the opportunity to call on plenty of legends for his testimonial after playing for several clubs.
However, Tevez revealed that he would want to include Ronaldo and Messi in his starting XI for his testimonial match.
The Boca Juniors forward told Argentine station Radio La Red: "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."
Tevez insisted that he isn't committed to the idea of retiring from football any time soon and said he would "leave all possibilities open [about my future]."
The former Juventus star explained: "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.
"Or spend six months at Corinthians. I won't rule anything out because I don't want to be a slave to my words."
Ronaldo, 35, has previously praised Messi for his incredible ability and dismissed the idea that there is animosity between the pair off the pitch.
The 33-year-old Argentine superstar has surprisingly been asked if he would pass the ball to Ronaldo if they ever played together on the same team.
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