Etihad Stadium striker set for move to new club (note clever golf reference).
AC Milan have opened talks with Carlos Tevez’s advisors about a January move for the Manchester City striker.
Inter Milan and Juventus are also keen on the Argentine but his advisor, Kia Joorabchian, met AC officials in Milan on Thursday, BBC Sport has learned.
City are only prepared to let Tevez leave on a permanent deal.
Tevez, 27, has been expected to leave City since he was found guilty of committing five breaches of contract in a Champions League game in September.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Whilst it may make perfect sense on a footballing level to sign Carlos Tevez one wonders if AC Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has thought such a move through. In all likelihood the Man City man will do well for a few months and then demand more money on the premise that the San Siro is just so far away from Buenos Aires and his family and only a huge pay increase will suffice.