AC Milan midfielder Clarence Seedorf has suggested that Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez will join whichever club can 'promise him the most money'.
Tevez is expected to leave the Premier League leaders in the January transfer window and City boss Roberto Mancini wants to sell the Argentine.
City have already rejected a loan offer, with the option of a permanent deal, from Milan, while ambitious French club Paris St Germain have also shown an interest.
Backed by their Qatari owners, PSG are reportedly prepared to offer Tevez a better salary than the deal which will be on offer at the San Siro.
Veteran Dutch midfielder Seedorf is waiting to see who Tevez will join, but cast doubt on the prospect of the forward ending up in Serie A.
"Looking back at his career, his agents and every move he has ever made, I think Tevez will go where they can promise him the most money," Seedorf told Sky Sport Italia.
"Milan would be the first time in his life that he has chosen a club for his career rather than the money. We'll see what happens."