Milan want to swoop for former star and a to make a double swoop for on Manchester City in the summer…
According to Daily Star, The Italian giants are planning to sell Alexandre Pato in the summer to raise funds for Manchester City duo Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli and to make the return of Kaka possible.
Tevez’s future has been the subject of intense debate for months now.
He has still not played for City since becoming embroiled in a dispute with the club in September and it was widely anticipated he would leave during the transfer window.
However, despite interest from Milan, Inter and Paris St. Germain, no transfer was concluded and City flatly refused to enter into discussions over a loan deal for the 27-year-old.
Tevez remains in Argentina and whilst there has been speculation he will be sold, but it is understood that is not going to happen until the summer.
The Italian side are waiting in the wings and are also plotting a big money move for team-mate Balotelli.
Balotelli’s fuming agent has launched a fierce attack on referee Howard Webb and threatened to take the striker away from English football.
And he warned Balotelli could be forced out of English football if HE doesn’t get more protection from the FA.
Manchester City bad boy Balotelli is facing a four-game ban after being charged with violent conduct for stamping on Tottenham’s Scott Parker last month.
His agent Mino Raiola said: “The referee would do well to go to an optician.
“I can’t believe he hasn’t seen the incident from one metre away.
“Mario didn’t do it on purpose. The FA must protect Mario.
“If they want him out of England they just have to call me.
“They don’t play football just in England!
“Mario is not fed up of England but I am.
“We don’t want to quit but we might think about it if they don’t protect him.”
There are also rumors that Milan president Silvio Berlusconi will try again in efforts to lure the former star Kaka back at the San Siro.