…and 8p for the T-shirt that comes with the Etihad Stadium star.
Inter Milan have tabled a £20.7m bid for Carlos Tevez, but it is unlikely to meet Manchester City’s valuation for the Argentine striker.
“Our offer is 25m euros – now it depends on them whether they accept,” said Inter president Massimo Moratti after their 1-0 win over AC Milan.
“The offer is there. Now we are free to decide whether to go ahead or not.”
AC Milan withdrew from talks to sign Tevez, 27, on Thursday after Alexandre Pato refused to join Paris St Germain.
Milan had already agreed personal terms for the player, but were forced to pull out of negotiations with City.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Whilst the bid from Inter Milan may fall short of any valuation Man City have placed on Carlos Tevez there must be a temptation to just do the deal, not least because money is clearly not an issue for the mega-rich Etihad Stadium club.
27 year old Carlos Tevez has burned down all his Man City bridges and is now sunning himself in Argentina waiting for his agent to find him a club who are willing to take on the potential headache of a mercenary footballer with undoubted talent but big wage demands.
Inter Milan appear to be leading the chase at present but don’t discount a rival bid from PSG as Carlo Ancelotti looks to add a big name signing to his Parc des Princes ranks this month.
Roberto Mancini doesn’t miss Tevez one little bit and his Man City side’s main attacking options, Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli and Edin Dzeko are scoring with regularity, leaving no room for the former West Ham and Man United man.