Nov. 19 (Bloomberg) -- AC Milan is ready to join the race to sign Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez, the Daily Mail said.
Milan is desperate to add a striker in the January transfer period and has considered short-term moves for Chelsea veterans Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka. However, chief executive officer Adriano Galliani believes the 27-year-old Tevez could play for the club for many years, the Mail said.
Milan would strugle to match the 40 million pounds ($63 million) City was asking for Tevez in the summer and hopes to first strike a loan deal that would pave the way for a permanent move at the end of the season, the Mail said.
Tevez, who recently returned to his native Argentina without permission from City officials, has also been linked with Inter Milan and Brazilian club Corinthians.
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