Milan’s not-so-secret dreams: Conte and Tevez

Conte, Tevez
11 October at 12:52
When former AC Milan Pato refused to join PSG in January 2012, he prevented the San Siro club from cashing in approximately € 50 million as well as purchasing Carlos Tevez. The Apache,  at the time, was still a  Manchester City player.

At the beginning of the 2014 summer transfer window, AC Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani found and agreement with Juventus’ manager Antonio Conte, who had just won his third straight Scudetto in charge of the Old Lady.

The Turin club, off course, didn’t let his manager sign with the hated rivals and when Conte handed his resignation a few weeks later, AC Milan had already Filippo Inzaghi sitting on their bench.

It is quite safe to say that AC Milan’s outcome in the last few seasons could have been slightly better if Carlos Tevez would have played for them, with Antonio Conte in charge.

Now that both the manager’s and the striker’s position in their respective teams are uncertain, Adriano Galliani’s dream is bringing both of them at San Siro, even if with some years’ delay.

As we previously reported, Carlos Tevez is not settling himself at Boca Juniors as the Argentinean club failed to pay him the last three months, while it is not a matter of secrecy that Antonio Conte would prefer to finish his spell as Italy’s coach after EURO 2016, to sit on a club’s bench again.  

Milannews reported this morning that the Rossoneri are not in talks with neither of the two targets and having them both at the club is still a dream for now. By the way, Carlos Tevez could be interested in finally joining AC Milan as the seven times Champions League winners are the only Italian side that he has been in talks with in the last few years (as well as Juventus).

Conte and Tevez  made Juventus’ fortune in the 2013-2014 campaign, the last one of the manager in charge of the Old Lady. They won a Scudetto and reached an Europe League semifinal. In case that Carlos Tevez would become available on the market again, also the Bianconeri  could knock at his door.
Lorenzo Bettoni (@lorebetto)


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