AC Milan have reportedly re-entered the race to sign Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez, while cash-rich Anzhi Makhachkala are also believed to be interested.
AC Milan, along with Paris St. Germain and Inter Milan, publicly ended their interest in Tevez last week after they failed to agree a transfer fee with City.
Reports now suggest AC Milan have re-entered discussions with Tevez’s representatives.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani failed to rule out a last minute bid for Tevez when speaking with Corriere dello Sport.
Galliani said: “I can say that I will be in my office until 19.00 on Tuesday. The market is nearly closed, but signing Tevez is not impossible.I wanted two attackers. Maxi Lopez is here, but the other has not arrived yet. I never said that Tevez would not arrive.”
Anzhi Makhachkala are also reported to be interested in signing City’s Kolo Toure and Arsenal’s Andrei Arshavin.