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Roberto Mancini has reiterated that he expects Carlos Tevez and Edin Dzeko to remain at Manchester City amid reports of interest from AC Milan.

• Milan considering Tevez move

Both Tevez and Dzeko have been strongly linked with Milan as they consider potential replacements for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is in negotiations over a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Giuseppe Riso, the agent involved in Milan's attempt to sign Tevez in the last transfer window, confirmed that the Rossoneri were considering a renewed attempt to sign the Argentine, but Mancini remains adamant that neither will leave.

"Both Dzeko and Tevez will stay at City," Mancini told Sky Italia. "We are a great team and we try to keep all our great players. It won't be easy but they will stay here.

"We still lack a couple of players to reach [the level of] Real Madrid and Barcelona. Also our mentality has to grow season by season."

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