Want-away Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez would favour a move to AC Milan over joining city rivals Inter, according to his agent.
The future of the Argentinian remains uncertain, with the frontman currently back in his homeland having not played for City since September.
Manager Roberto Mancini revealed earlier on Tuesday he expects a deal to be done for the 27-year-old before the end of this month's transfer window but his destination is still unclear, with both Milan clubs having confirmed their interest.
The Rossoneri looked to be Tevez's more likely destination but negotiations are thought to have reached a stalemate, with the Serie A giants reportedly preferring an initial loan deal, while City favour a permanent move.
However the striker's agent, Kia Joorabchian, claims the player himself would prefer a move to the red and black side of Milan, where he would be expected to form a deadly strike partnership with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
He told Sportmediaset.it: "Carlos told me that he wants to play with Ibrahimovic at AC Milan."