West Ham has attempted to bring back Carlos Tevez in the team, but was denied by the high financial claims on the Argentine, confirmed one of the owners, David Sullivan.
The attacker demanded to take 250 000 pounds a week until tender on the `Hammers` has been about 150 000, which ultimately meant that by the agreement and will not be reached.
`We tried to get Tevez, but he asked for 250 000 a week. In this situation, it will leave u where it is right now and where we don`t pay a lot of taxes.`, Sullivan said.
The Argentinian returned to Boca Juniors after a successful career in Europe, which started from West Ham. During the 2006-2007 season, he scored 7 goals in the last 10 meetings and helped the campaign for survival. He always talked about his love for the `Hammers`, but the boss feels that he was not completely honest.
`In this business, those words probably mean that many will love West Ham if we pay him for 250 000 per week. It really is a great love for us. I think either way our proposal was extremely good.`, he added.
Londoners still settled a new player for the attack, though not a quarterback. The team figured out with Besiktas for Gokhan Torre who will arrive at the team hired for the season, and then can be bought.