Agent Kia Joorabchian Admits Milan Still In For Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez

The negotiations for City’s rebel will continue after the derby, according to the agent.

Milan have not given up in their attempts to sign want away Carlos Tevez before the January transfer window closes, The Daily Star report.

The Italian giants came to England last week to try and thrash out a deal but failed to reach an agreement, however, it is believed they will return within two weeks to re-facilitate a deal.

Kia Joorabchian reveals the situation is still up in the air.

“Carlitos owes a huge debt of gratitude to Corinthians, but they have to accept the fact he will play for Milan,” he told Brazilian media.

“The conversations between Milan and Manchester City are not over yet. There will be more meetings. We’ve all still got to wait, wait, wait…”

So in one breath he states that it is a fact Tevez will play for Milan then goes on and says that we’ll have to wait and see because there are to be further meetings, but it does give a clear indication of the current state of play with regards to the Tevez saga, and as things stand Inter, PSG, QPR and all other clubs are behind Milan in the battle to sign the brilliant but volatile hit man.


4 responses to “Agent Kia Joorabchian Admits Milan Still In For Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez

  1. According to Corriere dello Sport, Pato had a dinner with PSG owner after the derby. If they increase the second offer probably Berlusconi will give his approval.

    We have to wait, like Joorabchian said.


      • Relax. We still the best team in Serie A – not by far, I must admit. I think only Milan can surpass the 80 points mark this season and they’ll probably do it one more time.

        But Galliani can give Allegri a little help hiring Mesbah, Montolivo, Merkel and… Tévez.


      • Yeah, sure we have. If we continue playing Pato as a titular, we will win nothing this season. I have all the respect for him and I’m happy that he refused PSG, but as far as I see – it could have been better if we sold him. He is just gonna be the 12th player in the squad, just like Dinho was last season. History goes all over again. I think if we don’t sell him, he will get few opportunities and when he does, he certainly won’t take them seriously… If Tevez arrived a week ago, the derby would have gone in a different way.


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