Zlatan Ibrahimovic agrees return to AC Milan after snubbing Premier League Interest

The Swedish Striker left MLS Club LA Galaxy last month and is currently a free agent. Many Premier League clubs were reportedly interested to sign the 38-year old forward but Zlatan has decided to return to one of his old clubs according to the Daily Telegraph.

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The forward left MLS Club LA Galaxy last month and is now a free agent (Credits:Getty)

He spent the 2010/11 and 2011/12 seasons at AC Milan after arriving on loan from Barcelona. He won a Serie A title in his maiden season with the Red and Blacks. Before his time with AC Milan, he has also featured as a player for their fierce rivals Inter Milan and Juventus in the Serie A.

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Ibrahimovic had previously played for AC Milan eight seasons ago (Credits:Getty)

Ibrahimovic's experience as a player is immeasurable and he is the only player to represent nearly seven clubs in the UEFA Champions league. Having won 11 championships in four different leagues (Eredivisie, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1), he still hasn't stopped his run and wants to continue this marvelous journey in the footballing world.

In his previous outing with the Rossoneri, he scored 56 goals in 85 appearances. He was signed by the Italian Giants on a permanent basis in 2011 but after a series of controversial rants created by the player over his teammates subsequently ended his career in Italy and he moved to Paris St.Germain in the advent of the 2012/13 season for 15.7 million euros.

After finishing four glorious seasons for Paris, he signed for Premier league Giants Manchester United in the Jose Mourinho era. He won the FA cup, EFL Cup and the UEFA Europa League trophy with the red Devils before leaving for Los Angeles.

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Zlatan also featured for cross town rivals Inter Milan (Credits: Getty)

Despite certain incidents which stirred up lots of controversies in the past, Ibrahimovic has proved himself to be one of the greatest players of this generation. AC Milan could solve their attacking woes for a temporary time if they re-sign the Swede in the upcoming transfer window.

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