AC Milan owner Silvo Berlusconi has told Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez to join the Rossoneri, if he has any ambition.
Milan are currently in talks to try and sign the Argentina international, but they have so far been unable to strike a deal with City.
Paris Saint Germain are also keen on landing Tevez, although it is understood he would prefer a move to the San Siro.
Now Berlusconi has insisted that should Tevez want to achieve something, he will join Milan.
"AC Milan is a solution of prestige," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"Tevez has to choose between the prestige that AC Milan represents, with the possibility of playing in one of the biggest clubs in the world and perhaps to win the Golden Ball, or the money of the Paris Saint Germain, led by Sheikh of Qatar."
AC vice-president Adriano Galliani up Berlusconi's statement by insisting that they would no make a fresh offer.
Galliani told Milannews.it: "Our offer is final. If they (PSG) make a better offer, we will not counter it."
Milan reached an agreement with Tevez earlier this month but have yet to agree terms with City.