Galliani hints at Milan move for Manchester City striker Tevez

The Argentine attacker has set his sights on a summer exit and could be plying his trade in Serie A next season, with the Rossoneri chief keen on recruiting the 29-year-old
AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has hinted at a move for want-away Manchester City attacker Carlos Tevez this summer.

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The Premier League runners-up are willing to offload the Argentine this summer, while Goal exclusively revealed earlier this month that Liverpool are considering a move for the forward.

However, Galliani is confident the 29-year-old would not leave City for Juve and thinks Tevez would even accept a pay cut to join Milan.

"Tevez would not betray me by going to Juventus," the Rossoneri director told reporters.

"I like him because he's a 'bad guy'. He would accept a big pay-cut to come to us."

Tevez's current deal with City is due to expire in June 2014 and an offer in the region of £10 million could be enough to lure him away from the Premier League side.

Milan were already close to signing the flamboyant attacker in the summer of 2012, but the deal eventually fell through for unknown reasons.