Tevez wants AC Milan move

Carlos Tevez’s agent has revealed that his client wants to join AC Milan rather than Inter Milan this January, as his exit from Manchester City gets closer.

The Argentina international has had a controversial last 12 months at the Etihad Stadium, and following his refusal to enter the field of play against Bayern Munich in the Champions League and decision to return to his homeland without consent, will be sold during the transfer window.

Scudetto holders Milan have been locked in negotiations with City over a deal for the last month, with the Premier League leaders already turning down a loan offer for the South American attacker.

However, Inter have also stated their interest in the temperamental forward, and reports in Italy stipulate that Claudio Ranieri’s men have made an offer for him.

Despite this, Kia Joorabchian, who has been the architect of Tevez’s last two transfers, has stated that the chance to play alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the San Siro would be his ideal solution.

“Carlos told me that he wants to play with Ibrahimovic at AC Milan,” the representative told Sportmediaset.it.

When asked about the latest news regarding Tevez’s future, City boss Roberto Mancini admitted that he was unsure where the Argentinean would end up.

“Maybe it could be Inter that is interesting because the revenue is better and Milan the same but I don’t know the latest news,” the Italian coach told reporters.

“Maybe we can find a good solution in January. It is important for Carlos because it is three months that he has not played,” he concluded.

By Gareth McKnight

 


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