AC Milan have made a new move for Manchester City rebel Carlos Tevez.

Corriere dello Sport says the Rossoneri are still in for the Argentine rebel.

The key is an €8m penalty Milan must pay to Manchester City if they do not make the Tevez move permanent at the end of the season.

However, President Silvio Berlusconi is not convinced by this deal and it's reported Galliani will meet with him today in order to state the case.

Manchester City would allegedly be willing to hand over Tevez on loan with an option to buy for €24m, but only if they have the 'guarantee' of that €8m penalty.