The attacker has stressed that he doesn't mind who scores as long as the Rossoneri win, and added that the Argentine will find the net regularly at San Siro as well if he joins
The Argentina international is desperate to leave City in January and has already agreed personal terms with Milan.
Although both clubs are still in talks about a potential transfer, Ibrahimovic is already looking ahead to eventually playing alongside the 27-year-old.
"If Tevez arrives, we'll score plenty of goals between us. I just want to win every game. I don't mind who scores the goals," the Sweden international was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Tevez fell out with City manager Roberto Mancini when he refused to come off the bench in the Champions League game against Bayern Munich earlier this season, and hasn't featured in a single time ever since.