It is reported Milan will sacrifice Alexandre Pato to PSG so they can sign Carlos Tevez, then Mario Balotelli in July.
The Rossoneri are in negotiations with Paris Saint-Germain, who have director Leonardo and new Coach Carlo Ancelotti, to reunite them with Pato.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, the €46m raised from selling The Duck will be funnelled straight to Manchester City.
Milan have already confirmed they agreed personal terms with Tevez for a January move and have seen their loan bid rejected, so must pay €20m to sign him outright.
However, the new development is a summer swoop for Balotelli, who is a lifelong Milan supporter.
Meanwhile, Pato has spoken out about his supposed row with Coach Massimiliano Allegri and these transfer rumours.
“My rapport with Allegri is professional. I don’t think a Coach and player need to share friendship. We have the same objective: to continue winning with Milan,” he said from their training camp in Dubai.
“I sent a message wishing Ancelotti well, but I am not talking about the transfer market. That is up to my agent. I have a contract with Milan until 2014.
“I always want to win and will wait to play so I can give my best. I think the Champions League is our primary objective this season. I spoke to Andre Santos, whose Arsenal we will be facing in the next round.
As for the Scudetto, we have to watch out for many teams, not just Juventus.”
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