San Siro side interested in Argentine striker, but not his T-Shirt.
Inter Milan are ready to reopen talks with Manchester City over Carlos Tevez after AC Milan pulled out of negotiations for the Argentine striker.
Inter president Massimo Moratti had expected the 27-year-old to join their rivals but will restart discussions after Sunday’s Milan derby.
“There has certainly been contact [with City],” admitted Moratti.
Milan withdrew from talks on Thursday after their forward Alexandre Pato refused to join Paris St Germain.
City have been frustrated by the Italian champions’ insistence on a loan deal with an option to buy.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Inter Milan appear ready to move in for the kill now that rivals AC Milan have pulled out of the race to sign the 27 year old Man City man. The Nerazzurri could well do with alternative striking options and Claudio Ranieri has successfully arrested the early season disaster and helped the Serie A giants back up the table into fifth spot.
Given that the likes of Diego Milito and Diego Forlan are in the latter stages of their careers a move for Tevez makes a great deal of sense but only if, and that’s a pretty huge IF, Ranieri can prevent the Man City man from becoming a major headache off the field of play.
Roberto Mancini clearly has links with Inter and may well be ready to drop his asking price to speed up the sale of the former West Ham and Man United striker. A player the Man City boss clearly doesn’t need given the excellent form shown by Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko and Mario Balotelli.