CARLOS TEVEZ has rejected everyone and he now says that he’s waiting for Milan.
Paris Saint-Germain had a deal in place with Manchester City for problematic striker Carlos Tevez – €37 million already in January, with no loan, and offered the player a very lucrative contract, worth €8-11m yearly.
The move to the club from the French capital looked imminent, but on Friday night Tevez rejected PSG’s offer, after Joorabchian was reportedly ready for talks and Ancelotti admitted he’s ‘optimistic’ about Tevez.
The player’s agent Joorabchian is quoted as saying on today’s La Gazzetta dello Sport that Tevez “only wants Milan” while “we never spoke to Inter and they do not represent a viable path.“ PSG Sporting Director gave up almost entirely on Tevez as well: “There is no deal and there might never be a deal.”
“I only want the Rossoneri, and now I look forward to Milan,” Tevez declared according to the Milan-based newspaper. Milan already had two rejected bids for the player but Man City might not have a choice now.
The Tevez-saga is certainly not over and Milan might have more meetings with City in the coming days as they’ll want to close the deal. The alternative for the Argentine is 27-year-old striker of Catania Calcio Maxi Lopez, who wants to join Milan too, but has other admirers, namely English Premier League side Fulham.