West Ham are currently in the market to sign a high profile striker this summer and recent reports had emerged that the Hammers were plotting a sensational move to bring Tevez back to the club.
However, Boca president Ferrari has gone on to categorically dismiss the possibility of such a transfer taking place by stating that the 32-year-old former Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus star will be staying put with the Argentinean side beyond the end of the summer.
He told Radio Guemes 1050 AM: "He will continue at Boca.
"There are no offers or anything. We are amazed by the rumours."