Milan have revived their bid to sign the Argentine striker…
The Serie A side were strongly linked with a move for the forward earlier this year in the wake of the Argentinian’s self-imposed exile from the Etihad Stadium.
Tevez, 27, was widely expected to leave City after a touchline dispute with manager Roberto Mancini during City’s 2-0 defeat at Bayern Munich last September.
However, the Argentine ace apologised for his conduct and made an unlikely return to first-team action in March, with his contributions in the final third of the season pushing City towards the league title. But despite making amends with Mancini, his future is still unclear, and Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport claims Milan have submitted a proposal to City after positive talks with the player’s agent Kia Joorabchian.
The same newspaper has also identified Tevez and Real Madrid’s Kaka as Milan’s transfer bombs for this summer. Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani is secretly preparing to announce them at the end of the transfer window, on 31 August.