After missing out on his services in January, AC Milan will wait until the summer before discussing the possibility of a move for Carlos Tevez.

The Manchester City striker was a strong target for the Rossoneri during winter but a deal could not be struck as he gets set for a return to the club he went walkabout from for about three months.

Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani was asked today if the club is still keen on Tevez with this being his reply.

"We aren't thinking about the market at the moment," he told Sky Sport Italia.

"We'll begin to do so in June."

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