AC Milan are set to renew their interest in Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, Sky Sports understands.
In one of the true sagas of last season, Tevez spent most of the campaign on the sidelines after his public falling out with coach Roberto Mancini.
Milan tried and failed to sign him in January, before he returned to the City squad and helped them to their maiden Premier League title.
But now, with Milan ready to cash in close to £50million with the sale of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris St Germain, they are ready to come back for Tevez.
Tevez has insisted he is happy at the Etihad, but City want to bolster their striking options and would consider selling the Argentine.
Whilst Milan have the 28-year-old as their top target they could turn their attention to Tevez's team-mate Edin Dzeko, should they fail to land the South American.