Zlatan Ibrahimovic could return to Milan. The Swedish striker spent two seasons at the San Siro for the Rossoneri and could be set for a shock return back to the club. Now, the 37-year-old has opened up to a return in an interview with Metro.
“The whole world wants Zlatan, I’m not surprised. And Italy is my second home, everybody knows this,” he told the Swedish paper.
“Of all the clubs I have represented, Milan is the biggest, in many different ways. I enjoyed my time there very well. I have not heard anything concrete about this, though,” Ibrahimovic added.
During his time at Milan Ibrahimovic collected 85 appearances for the club across all competitions. During this time he scored an incredible amount of 56 goals and assisted another 24 before moving to PSG in 2012. Now the Swede plays for Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS.
Bringing a player for the MLS would not be a new matter for Milan, as they did the same with David Beckham on two occasions, taking the Englishman on two loan spells in 2009 and 2010.