Milan Look To Manchester City’s Duo Carlos Tevez & Edin Dzeko As Zlatan Ibrahimovic Replacement

After selling two stars to French outfit PSG, Milan are now looking to sign Tevez or Dzeko…

Milan are reportedly taking the first steps in the market to replace Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Brazilian star Thiago Silva this summer.

Ibrahimovic and Silva look certain to sign for Paris Saint-Germain in a reputed deal and subsequently, attention has turned back to the Rossoneri and how they intend to replace them. Rumours continue to link Adriano Galliani with a move for Carlos Tevez, who nearly joined the San Siro outfit in January and with his Manchester City teammate Edin Dzeko.

The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Milan have maintained contact with members of Tevez’s entourage, but that where Galliani is keen to test the waters, Coach Massimiliano Allegri is pushing for an initial move on Dzeko instead. It is understood that a club representative will be sent to Manchester on Monday to explore the options.

Meanwhile, in replacing Silva in defence, the name of Rolando has emerged as a potential target. The 26-year-old Porto man holds an EU target unlike other rumoured target Dede, and Galliani reportedly had dinner with his agent Davide Lippi, last night.

However, the club are said to be interested in knocking down the €15 million valuation on the Portugal international.

Jersey spotted at Milanello today. Possible sign or… ?


2 responses to “Milan Look To Manchester City’s Duo Carlos Tevez & Edin Dzeko As Zlatan Ibrahimovic Replacement

    • Hey. What do you think about this? Which one do you prefer – Dzeko or Tevez? Can one City striker be a descent replacement for Italy’s top scorer? Share your thought on this if you want 🙂


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