Juventus forward Gonzalo Higuain has suggested that he would like to represent River Plate later in his career.
Higuain has spent almost 13 years plying his trade in Europe, representing Real Madrid, Napoli, AC Milan, Chelsea and Juventus.
The 31-year-old, who still has just under two years left on his contract, is currently being provided with regular game time at the Serie A champions by Maurizio Sarri.
However, the Argentine has hinted that he would like to move back to his homeland at some stage in the future to play for a club where he spent his youth days.
Higuain told Fox Sports Radio Argentina: "I have never closed the door to River. They have a great coach (Marcelo Gallardo), with whom I have a good relationship, and the fans have always been affectionate towards me, but now I think of the present and I feel good in Italy. I'm having fun.
"The future is uncertain. I have a two-year contract here and then we'll see. I'm always tied to River, the players and the fans. To tell the truth, I don't know what will happen. But at the moment I want to enjoy Juve."
In his previous spell at River Plate in 2005 and 2006, Higuain netted 15 times from 41 appearances.