Carlos Tevez to give away his Man Utd Premier League title winning jersey in bid for more Instagram followers

FORMER Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez has promised his fans the chance to win one of his old Red Devils shirts, but only when he reaches a certain number of Instagram followers.

The 37-year-old three-time Premier League winner already has 1.5million followers on Instagram, but wants another 200,000 before giving the shirt away.

Tevez, who also played for Manchester City, took to Instagram on Thursday to offer fans a chance to win one of his United kits from the 2008-09 season.

But he will only crown a winner when he reaches 1.7million followers.

Fans must comment another team of Tevez's that they want a shirt from, as well as tagging a friend, to be in with a chance of winning.

And they've got plenty of clubs to choose from, with the Argentinian international being well travelled when it comes to club football.

He started his career in his native Argentina with giant Boca Juniors, before switching to the Brazilian top flight with Corinthians.

And it was in Brazil where Tevez's career took off.

An impressive 25 goals in 38 games for Corinthians earned him a controversial move to the Premier League with West Ham.

A two-year loan spell with Manchester United followed after a season in East London, where Tevez won the Premier League title in campaigns at Old Trafford, as well as the Champions League in 2008.


Manchester City were the next club on Tevez's long list, with a successful four year spell at the Etihad that included over 100 appearances in a City shirt.

Tevez added another Premier League medal to his collection in 2012, and also won the FA Cup with City the year before.


He moved on to Juventus in 2013, before returning to Boca Juniors in 2015, then on to Shanghai Shenua in 2016 and making a final return to boyhood club Boca Juniors in 2018.

Earlier this summer he announced he was leaving Boca for a third time, but is yet to officially announce his retirement.

The striker has also been capped 76 times by Argentina, scoring 13 times for his country, and even winning a gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games.


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