According to Carlos Tevez’s advisor Kia Joorabchian, the Argentine footballer wants to stay in Europe. Though the Manchester City striker has been linked with his ex-side Corinthians and is currently training in Argentina after the fall-out with Manchester City, he prefers playing with a European club.
Carlos Tevez has already received an offer from AC Milan. The Italian champions want to take Tevez on loan for this season and buy him out at the end, offering about $30 million for a permanent deal.
But though AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani says that he has reached terms with Tevez’s agent, Manchester City are not likely to go for the deal as City manager Roberto Mancini is against letting the Argentine go on a temporary deal.
AC Milan is not the only club that would like Tevez to play for them. French side Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Tevez as well, and are willing to offer around $10 million more for the rebel player.
The French squad is also rumored to be able to give Tevez the salary matching the huge one at City, while he would be paid half less at Milan.
It is also an important factor as City’s owners are the Abu Dhabi United Group while Paris Saint-Germain belong to the Qatar Investment Authority, so the City owners would rather let Tevez leave for Paris.