Milan are in no hurry to complete the signing of Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez.
Manchester City have rejected the Rossoneri’s offer to take the 27-year-old on loan for the rest of the season, with a view to a permanent move, as they want an outright sale.
Complicating matters for the Serie A champions too is interest from Paris Saint-Germain, who are believed to have had an offer of €27 million given the green light by City, but was rejected by the Argentine himself.
However, Tevez is known to prefer a move to Italy and this is something Milan hope will tip the balance – it also explains the Rossoneri’s cool attitude towards the transfer.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has stated that the San Siro outfit were in no rush to bring Tevez to Italy.
“Tevez is our first choice,” he told MilanNews.it.
“We know we have the player’s agreement, but we hope he will not agree with other clubs.
“There is a deadline of 18:59 on January 31 to complete his transfer.
“Everyone knows what Milan’s position is and he will arrive only due to (Antonio) Cassano’s problem.”