Rossoneri have been tracking Argentinian for some time now.
AC Milan have moved a step closer to signing Manchester City front man Carlos Tevez for a cut-price £10 million this summer, according to reports in the Daily Star.
The controversial Argentina international has been at Eastlands for the past four seasons now, having originally signed for the mega-rich Premier League giants from city-rivals Manchester United for a whopping £47 million in July 2009.
And in the intervening four-year period, the 29-year-old has endured an up-and-down career in the north west, scoring an impressive 73 goals in his 138 appearances for the club in all competitions, but also going on strike after he had refused to warm up in a Uefa Champions League tie against Bayern Munich.
However, with Tevez’s contract with City expiring on June 30 2014, the club are now simply happy to get the attacker off their books so as to be able to fee up some more finances for other new recruits this summer.