Boca Juniors have sent a letter to FIFA to press their case for compensation in Carlos Tevez's move to Manchester United.

It's reported that Tevez is initially on a two-year loan at United for £10 million, which can be extended permanently a further three years for £25 million from his agent, Kia Joorabchian .

Boca insist they are due 20 per cent of any fee for Tevez courtesy of a clause that was included in the player's sale to MSI. Telam says Boca's documents show that they'll be due 20 per cent of any fee that is above US$35 million.