City star back in Milan's sights
AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has vowed to do all he can to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez in the summer.
The Italian giants were heavily linked with a swoop for the Argentine star during the January transfer window when he looked set to depart the Etihad Stadium as he was still in dispute with the club after his failure to warm up as a substitute in the Champions League defeat at Bayern Munich in September. However, personal terms could not be agreed at the time, while Tevez has since patched up his differences with City as he looks to guide the club to its first league championship title since 1968 on Sunday afternoon. Despite the prospect of Tevez now staying at City beyond this season, Galliani has not given up hope of luring the player to the Rossoneri in the upcoming transfer window. "I want Tevez," he told Corriere dello Sport. "We will do everything to get him."