Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly been offered to AC Milan on €1million-a-game deal.
La Repubblica claims that the 35-year-old could return to the Rossoneri, where he won the Serie A title in 2010-11 and scored 42 Serie A goals in two seasons.
Mino Raiola has been trying to find a new club for the Swede since his departure from Manchester United. He scored 23 goals in all comps for the Red Devils last season but did not renew his contract at Old Trafford due to suffering an ACL tear.
Raiola has allegedly offered Zlatan to Milan in strange deal: wages of just €1million from January to June 2018, but €1million for every game started.
However, the chances of a reunion any time soon remain slim, with director Marco Fassone saying that: “One should never say never [to returns], maybe some old acquaintances could come back, but I don’t want to hint at Ibra.”
Mirabelli also commented on the links: “Ibra, Belotti & other strikers linked to Milan? They are different players, none of them have the class of Zlatan.
“However, Ibrahimovic is an individualist. He is well beyond the team’s needs.”