"Diego can not wait to come back. He desires to play in the Libertadores with Penarol," described his dad Pablo in the center of a year ago, supporting the player's wish to go back to Uruguay after 18 years abroad. And come back he did, helping El Carbonero win the league title and secure a spot in the 2016 variant of Latin America's largest team competition, which starts on Tuesday and that may see the Montevideo outfit begin their campaign using a trip to Sporting Cristal of Peru on Thursday.
Carlos Tevez could very well be the best known of them all. A 2015 scudetto victor and UEFA Champions League runner up with Juventus, he made his way back to his beloved Boca Juniors leaving around Europe on a high after nine successful seasons.
Like Forlan, he promptly pocketed a league winners' medal and in the age of 32, has his sights set on the large one. Tevez understands what this means to win the Libertadores also, having starred in their 2003 success.
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