Inter turn back to Tevez while QPR also state interest

Inter Milan are set to reopen negotiations with Manchester City over their tearaway striker Carlos Tevez, after their Italian rivals AC Milan pulled out of talks with the Argentine. Discussions with Inter are expected to restart after the conclusion of Sunday’s Milan derby, with President Massimo Moratti declaring that: “There has certainly been contact [with City].”

Moratti also told his club’s official website: “We and City know all about Tevez’s situation but we have decided to postpone talks until next week as right now my thoughts are on Sunday’s game.” Inter Milan are lying in fifth place in Serie A, eight points behind leaders AC Milan but it seems to remain Tevez’s destination of choice.

Meanwhile following Mark Hughes’ arrival at Queens Park Rangers, he has reportedly told owner Tony Fernandes that he wants to bring Tevez to Loftus Road, however Fernandes told The Metro that any deal is ‘highly unlikely’.

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