Inter Milan 'cannot afford Tevez signature'
22nd June 2011 - Berko Tau
Inter Milan's football manager Marco Branca has indicated that the Italian side would find it difficult to compete for Carlos Tevez's signature.
The Manchester City forward is known to have been unhappy at Eastlands last season, having submitted a transfer request to the club in December.
Speaking to BBC Sport, Inter's Branca said: "We don't have the same revenues from merchandise and match day as the English sides.
"We are looking for younger players now with great talent, who we can develop."
Tevez withdrew his transfer request shortly after making it, with City having performed well during the second half of the season's football games to secure a top four finish and a Champions League place next season.
The Argentine is currently on a five-year contract with the club, who won the FA Cup last season, with a 1-0 victory over Stoke.
Football manager Roberto Mancini insists that the 27-year-old wants to stay.
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