Milan are keen sign the controversial forward on a six-month loan deal after the Argentine sensationally fell out with manager Roberto Mancini after refusing to come on as a substitute in a Champions League match against Bayern Munich.
But Zambrotta believes Tevez would integrate without a problem if the deal goes through, just like Antonio Cassano previously did.
"Tevez could disrupt the harmony in the dressing room? They said the same when Cassano arrived at the club and they also said (Zlatan) Ibrahimovic could cause problems," Zambrotta told La Stampa.
"However, they both integrated without noteworthy problems. If Tevez arrives at the club, the same thing will happen."
It is questionable whether Milan will succeed in their attempts to lure Tevez to San Siro, with Manchester City said to be insistent on selling the striker permanently, rather the loan deal sought by the Italians.