Manchester City misfit Carlos Tevez is now being courted by Juventus, as well as AC Milan.
The Daily Mail says the Argentina international's agent Kia Joorabchian is in Italy for talks with AC chief executive Adriano Galliani about a proposed move to San Siro.
It looks as though there is no way back for Tevez at City, after he refused to return from an unauthorised trip, and his relationship with manager Roberto Mancini is irreparable.
Despite a second club being involved driving up the price, it is thought Tevez's refusal to accept lower wages may scupper any deal away from the Etihad Stadium.
City are thought to be demanding £4.3million just for a club to loan the forward for six-months, according to Gazetto dello Sport.
However, Sky Sports are reporting that the Milanese club are still at the front of the queue to sign Tevez, though they appear to be unwilling to match City's valuation.
Tevez, who is still AWOL in his homeland, is reported to earn £8million-a-year and City will be happy to get this cost off of their books, but are reluctant to lower their £40million valuation.
City are reluctant to loan the player, but may have to resort to this as both Italian clubs are unlikely to be able to afford such a fee.