Inter Milan: We don't need Carlos Tevez
Wednesday 25 January 2012
Inter Milan are no longer interested in signing Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez, according to Nerazzurri board member Marco Tronchetti Provera.
Tevez has been strongly linked with a move to Paris St Germain this week, although AC Milan and Inter have both shown an interest in acquiring the Argentina international in the January transfer window.
However, Tronchetti Provera said on http://www.inter.it: "Does Tevez still interest us? He no longer does as he (Tevez) is looking to take a different path.
"Inter have rediscovered their champions and we don't need to have him (Tevez) or anybody else.
"But he (Tevez) remains a great champion."
Inter endured a dismal start to the campaign but are now fourth in Serie A and riding a seven-match winning streak in the league.
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