Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani confirmed yesterday that they'd struck personal terms with Tevez about a loan move in January. It's now emerged Milan have emailed City to confirm their interest and willingness to schedule talks over Tevez's transfer.
Tevez has agreed terms with Milan over a deal to 2015, though the size of financial package is yet to come to light. The Argentine currently earns €8 million-a-year at City, plus another €2 million in bonuses.
The feeling inside Milan is that City want €5 million for a six month loan fee plus a commitment of €20 million to buy him outright in June.
Milan will begin negotiations seeking a free loan and a fee of €22 million to buy Tevez.