Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has revealed that his side are still awaiting the payment for Carlos Tevez’s transfer to Shanghai Shenhua in December last year.
The Chinese Super League outfit signed the 34-year-old striker on a two-year deal whilst making him one of the highest paid players in the world.
Although the transfer sum was not disclosed by either side, media outlets in Argentina have revealed that Boca settled for around €16m. Speaking to TYC Sports, Angelici admitted that Shenhua have made no payment whatsoever, and the club could take legal action against their Far East counterparts, he said: “We haven’t been paid by the Chinese club. I’m going to demand 100 percent of the transfer payment.” Read more Boca Juniors yet to be paid for Carlos Tevez transfer