Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has threatened to take Shanghai Shenhua to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to demand payment of more than $3million (£2.3m) related to the transfer of striker Carlos Tevez, as reported by Xinhua News.
“They still owe us over 3 million U.S. dollars that they didn’t pay us when the installment was due in June,” Angelici told the press.
The president claimed that the Chinese Super League side only paid the first part of the transfer at the time of the move but “we never received anything more.”
Angelici also revealed that he would go to China in October to make a direct claim to the club, but added that he had already warned his legal team to prepare a claim at the CAS.
Tevez has been allowed by Shenhua to return to Argentina to undergo treatment on injuries.
However, he was forced to sign an agreement, which required the striker to join the Chinese club before 30 August.