Former Manchester City and Manchester United striker Carlos Tevez remains an unlikely candidate for the World Cup this summer, according to coach Alejandro Sabella.
The Argentine forward has not played for Argentina for almost three years and is unlikely to go to the summer World Cup in Brazil despite his good form.
The 30-year-old old former West Ham United forward has rediscovered his touch for Juventus this season, scoring 19 goals and forming an excellent partnership with Fernando Llorente in attack.
He is set to win the Serie A title with Juve and could also at the Europe League to his medal haul if they can make it through their semi-final against Benfica. Despite his good form in his first season in Italy, he is unlikely earn a recall by Sabella who has said there will be “no surprises” in his summer squad as reported by TMW. Sabella has a wealth of talented forwards to choose from with Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Gonzalo Higuain all expected to be included. Sabella said: “I do not exclude anything, but surprises are unlikely.
“Until the last moment we’ll see if there will be the need to call a few players that I have never called because football is very variable. ”
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