Tevez set for AC Milan
AC Milan could be set to offer want away Manchester City striker, Carlos Tevez, a route out of England.
The Gazzetta dello Sport has claimed that Tevez’s advisor, Kia Joorabchian, has agreed a deal with AC Milan that would see Tevez earn £3m in a six-month deal that would then be re-assessed in June, with another two-years on offer for the 27-year-old.
There appears to be no hope of a reconciliation between player and current manager, Roberto Mancini after the Italian confirmed that Tevez would never play for Manchester City again after a very public falling out in the wake of the Bayern Munich Champions League match back in September.
That was the latest in what has been a string of controversies that Carlos Tevez has been involved in. He’s wanted to leave Manchester for some time now and has handed in several transfer requests which have been rejected. However City are in a position where they can attract players of similar quality now so Tevez’s bargaining hand has been dealt a blow. In essence, City can afford to let him go as they can afford to replace him.
If AC Milan are to be the team that Tevez goes to it will hardly satisfy his craving of going back home to South America, but if they are the only team that is willing to finance a deal then Tevez may be forced to head to Italy.