AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani will be visiting Manchester City over the weekend to hold talks with the club over the future of striker Carlos Tevez.
Carlos Tevez will be leaving the club in the January transfer window, but the destination has been undecided yet. Manchester City are yet to agree terms with any other club over the sale of striker.
They were demanding around £ 40 million for the striker back in the summer, but after the problems with the club, his value has dropped to around £ 25 million. AC Milan have been holding informal negotiations with the club for over a month now, but there has not been any progress.
Hence, AC Milan will be sending out their CEO Adriano Galliani in order to discuss terms with the club. It is thought that AC Milan were initially only willing to take Carlos Tevez on a loan deal, which would be then be made permanent in the summer for a fee of around £ 20 million.
Manchester City are not looking to loan him out initially and they are also unwilling to accept the transfer fee proposed by AC Milan. Even though the top official at AC Milan is going to be in discussions with Manchester City, the future of Carlos Tevez still remains uncertain.
Manchester City also revealed that Inter Milan are also interested in signing the striker. Inter Milan have a number of aged players in their squad and they are looking to bring down the overall age of the squad significantly.
It is thought that players like Diego Milito will be departing the club in the summer and they are looking for a replacement of the Argentine. Manchester city are yet to agree a fee with Inter Milan as well.