Carlos Alberto Tévez born on 5 February 1984 is an Argentine footballer who plays for Manchester City and is currently captain. He has previously played for Boca Juniors, Corinthians, West Ham Utd and Manchester Utd. He moved to Man City in the 2009–10 summer transfer window, becoming the first player to move between the two clubs since Terry Cooke in 1999. In 2005, Tévez transferred to Corinthians for £13.7 million, and signed a 5-year £6.85million deal following the club's deal with Media Sports Investments. The deal was the biggest transfer ever in South American football. Tévez confirmed on his website on 31 August that both he was signing for West Ham United for £12 million. Because he was owned by a third party West Ham were made to pay £20 million as compensation to Sheffield United. Manchester United signed Tévez on a 2-year loan. In 2009. Tévez signed a five-year contract with Manchester City.