PSG have sensationally dropped their bid for Carlos Tevez and Inter are frozen out too, as his agent confirms “he only wants Milan.”
It was widely reported on Friday evening that Paris Saint-Germain had finally agreed terms for the Manchester City striker.
They were ready to sign him for €37m plus a contract worth €11m for the player, as even a page on the official club website momentarily flashed up announcing the deal.
“There is no deal and there might never be a deal,” Paris Saint-Germain director general Leonardo told the Gazzetta dello Sport late Friday night.
The French outfit were the only club willing to buy Tevez outright, so Manchester City face the possibility they’ll have to accept a loan with option to buy.
This lets both Milan and Inter back into the race, but agent Kia Joorabchian points out there is only one destination in his mind.
“We never spoke to Inter and they do not represent a viable path,” the representative told the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Tevez and his representative agreed personal terms with Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani over the Christmas break, but City have repeatedly rejected their offers.
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