Allegri: Milan are united but no talk of Tevez until January

Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri has suggested that there is a unity to the club despite their Champions League defeat to Barcelona in the week and was keen to not focus too much attention on potential transfer target Carlos Tevez.
Allegri told the Milan Channel that he has spoken with owner Silvio Berlusconi and that there is no problem with Milan’s progression under the Tuscan born coach. “I spoke with the President yesterday. There is a unity in purpose and peace. At Milan there are no problems; we are beginning to peak in Serie A, we qualified in the Champions League with three games remaining; now we have to achieve the goals we set early on in the season.”
The Rossoneri tactician was also weary to not add further fuel to the speculation that Argentina forward Carlos Tevez will be joining the Milan ranks. “Tevez is a Manchester City player and we do not talk about him out of fairness. We must focus on the players that we have. Then we will see on the first of January.”

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