"We and Manchester City know all about the Tevez situation," Inter president Massimo Moratti told the club's official website. "We've decided to postpone talks until next week as my thoughts are on Sunday's game [against AC Milan].
"There has certainly been contact with the club. We're in talks with clubs all around the world including City."
It is believed that AC Milan's failed deal for the forward was due to their preferred choice of a loan move as opposed to a permanent agreement, which is favoured by the Premier League leaders.
Reports have claimed that Inter are willing to pay in the region of £20m for the controversial striker.