AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani admitted the Italian club could easily find the room to include Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez.
But the 68-year-old has insisted there are no negotiations with the Argentine striker.
Tevez has strongly been linked with a move away from Eastlands this summer, with the Serie A and, in particular Italian champions Juventus, being the most likely of destinations.
But the former Manchester United’s wages seem to have cooled the Turin giant’s advances, opening the way for Milan to note their appreciation of the player.
However, Milan’s appreciation has yet to lead to a concrete offer.
“I like Carlos a lot because he’s a nasty player,” Galliani told the Daily Star
“His wages? There will be no problems with Tevez.”
But he added to Sky Italia: "There are no negotiations with Tevez,"