Tevez has set his sights on a move away from Manchester City this summer.
AC Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani has said that the club could make a move for want away Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez this summer according to Goal.com.
The Argentine international wants to leave the Etihad this summer, alerting AS Monaco, Liverpool and Juventus.
However, it now appears that AC Milan have moved to the front of the cue to sign Tevez with Galliani even suggesting that the Argentine is willing to take a pay cut to sign for the Rossonari.
“Tevez would not betray me by going to Juventus,” said Galliani.
“I like him because he’s a ‘bad guy’. He would accept a big pay-cut to come to us.”
Tevez contract at City expires next summer so the club will probably be looking to cash in on the striker before he can leave for free next year.
A bid of around £10 million would probably be enough to tempt City into selling.
Milan were interested in signing Tevez last summer but the deal fell through.
Tevez has been a controversial figure during his time at the Etihad.
The striker had a very public falling out with former manager Roberto Martinez when he refused to come on as a substitute during a Champions League game against Bayern Munich.