Milan won’t sign Tevez

Milan will not be in the running to sign Manchester City’s wantaway striker Carlos Tevez, according to the Rossoneri’s vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The Argentine confirmed he was unhappy with life in the Eastlands on Saturday night by submitting an official transfer request to the club that he captains.
Despite the offer being immediately turned down by City, it has alerted many of the top clubs in Europe. However, it doesn’t seem that Milan will be his next destination.
“Tevez is great but Milan can’t make an investment like that,” Galliani admitted. “If we find a forward who looks like a Milan player we will sign him, otherwise we will stay like this.”
The 26-year-old former West Ham and Manchester United player is reportedly unsettled because his family still live in Argentina, and he wants to be closer to them.
However, the fee that City would demand should they allow Tevez to leave would surely mean that no Argentinian club could afford him.
He has bizarrely threatened a premature retirement in the past, but it is most likely that he will move to Spain and possibly Real Madrid, which is an environment that should suit his family better.
Milan have already signed one unhappy City player this season in Robinho. The Brazilian never produced the goods in England after a £32 million move and Milan ended his nightmare this summer by bringing him to Italy. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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