Carlos Tevez’s representative Kia Joorabchian says the Argentine is open to a loan move to Milan in the January transfer window.
Italian sources claimed on Thursday that Joorabchian had met with Milan’s directors at the club’s office with a view to discussing Tevez’s potential transfer to San Siro.
Tevez, 27, has been frozen out by Manchester City after allegedly refusing to come on as a substitute in a Champions League match against Bayern Munich in September and is looking for an escape route from his situation.
“I spoke to Tevez, but we did not discuss anything,” Joorabchian told Sky Sport Italia.
“Could he move to Serie A? Sure, why not?
“Italy is great, the football is great, the football there is coming up. Milan are a great club with a big history.”
“Milan are one of the biggest clubs in the world. It is a possibility that Carlos goes to a big club.”
“No matter what, at the moment Milan is the best solution for him, the first choice. Carlos wants to wear the Milan jersey.”
The San Siro side, who are already through to the Champions League knockout stages, are on the lookout for a new striker following Antonio Cassano’s heart surgery.