Milan have been in contact with the agent of Carlos Tevez regarding a possible move, Vice-President Adriano Galliani has revealed.
The Argentine is expected to leave Manchester City this summer given that he is only contracted at the club until 2014.
Juventus have shown an interest in the striker, but Galliani has suggested that the player wouldn’t move to a Diavolo rival.
“Carlitos won’t betray me,” Galliani stated to journalists before showing them a text message from Kia Joorabchian, the 29-year-old’s agent.
“I like Carlitos a lot, because he’s a ‘nasty’ player,” added the San Siro official. “His wages? There will be no problems with Tevez.”
Reports on Sunday suggested that City had offered the Italian club cash and Tevez in return for Stephan El Shaarawy.
“Who says that El Shaarawy will leave? He will not leave,” Galliani responded when asked about City’s interest in the Pharaoh.
Galliani also rejected reports that the club were in discussions with various sides over the sale of Kevin Prince Boateng.
“We have received no offers for him,” Galliani assured.
Milan tried and failed to sign Tevez in January 2012 after Alexandre Pato rejected the offer of a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
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