”See you soon in Italy”, says Ibrahimovic as he set for AC Milan return.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Sweden International Zlatan Ibrahimovic ignores returning to the Premier League and will instead return AC Milan in Serie A. Ibrahimovic sets to return to Italy where he had played for AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Juventus. He said ”see you soon in Italy” in his recent interview.

Striker Ibrahimovic played in San Siro for two seasons from 2010 to 2012. With his first year on loan from Barcelona. He won a Serie A title in his first campaign with Milan, three with Inter and two with Juventus.

The Sweden international, who had previously played for Milan’s greatest rivals Inter. He has 56 goals in 85 appearances for the Rossoneri.

The Swede left for Paris-Saint Germain for a £15.7million deal in 2012. He has most appearances and goals for the Bundesliga club, recording 113 goals in 122 appearances. 

Ibrahimovic moving to Manchester United, scoring 28 goals. However, helped the red devils to the EFL Cup and Europa League under Jose Mourinho. And subsequently moved to LA Galaxy where he has 52 goals in 55 appearances.

The Swedish footballer’s MLS contract ending at the end of last season boosts his desire to join Tottenham Hotspur. Mourinho who was United boss during Ibrahimovic’s reign ruled out the deal despite his contribution to the team then.

Ibrahimovic sets to return to Italy

Nevertheless, the striker says he will join a team that is ready to battle everyone. In his interview with GQ Italia.

“I will join a club that must get back to winning, that has to renew its history and is in search of a battle against everyone and everything,” Ibrahimovic told GQ Italia.

“That is the only way I’ll be able to find the necessary motivation to surprise you again. He continues.

“It’s not just about choosing a team, as there are other factors that need to line up, including in the interests of my family.

” I’ll see you in Italy soon.” he ended

Reports in Italy say, Ibrahimovic has been offered a six-month deal to come and help the striving former giants. AC Milan, who are 11th in the Serie A table.

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