It has been five years since Zlatan Ibrahimovic left Milan and the Swedish giant undoubtedly left a mark at the San Siro, netting 56 goals and assisting another 24 during his spell with the Rossoneri. The 35-year-old forward spoke to Fox Sports about his time at the club.
“My family was very well in Milano. I spoke to Galliani and Berlusconi, who convinced me to come with great desire and incentives,” Ibrahimovic said.
“It was a very strong team. When we won the title, Galliani entered our locker room with an unstitched Inter shirt and the scudetto and said: ‘Now this is ours’
“I did not want to leave Milan. When you’re fine somewhere, you’re fine. I just wanted to play, having in mind what happened to me at Barcelona, where I did not feel well,” Ibra concluded.