Revealed: Why Ibrahimovic’s AC Milan return fell apart

Ibrahimovic Manchester United
24 June at 15:00
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently the most wanted free agent in the world. Despite being 36-year-old and being facing a long lay-off due to a knee injury, the Swede is still one of the most iconic footballer in the world of football and many believe he can still play one or two years at his highest standards before hanging his boots.

Manchester United did not extend his expiring contract last month, which means Ibra is now free to choose his next club.

The former Sweden star is being heavily linked with a move to the USA where Los Angeles Galaxy would reportedly welcome him with open arms.

​According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Milannews), however, AC Milan’s Director of Sport Massimiliano Mirabelli did try to take him back to the San Siro. The player’s high salary, however, has discourage Mirabelli from making an attempt to take the top-class striker back to Milan. Ibrahimovic spent two years with AC Milan scoring 56 goals in 85 games between 2010 and 2012.
 

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