The ESPNFC’s Burley says to Alexis Nunes that a come back to Milan for Ibrahimovic would not make the right footballing sense. Rossoneri and Inter Milan are ready to battle the transfer out for their former forward player, Zlatan Ibrahimovic this upcoming summer. Milan have been quite convincing in the vie since they have taken the first leap towards the transfer, with their manager, Adriano Galliani, who was reported to have started the negotiations with the very player earlier this week. AC Milan are also known to have imparted early offer to the player’s agent, Mino Raiola. If AC Milan’s executives do put the bid on the PSG’s forward, they may encounter tough vie from their rivals, who head coach, Mancini, confessed that he was going to be interested in the PSG striker.
Mancini said, “Ibrahimovic is still a great forward who can make a difference in any squad. I would surely bring the player back to Inter Milan”. The Sweden striker made one hundred and seventeen appearances, scoring sixty six goals. After the dispute with Barcelona’s manager, Pep Guardiola, he joined AC Milan, for whom he player eighty time times and netted fifty six goals before his departure to PSG in 2012. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has never in his career spent more than 3 seasons with any club, even though he does still have one year left to go on his contract in Paris Saint Germain. Ibrahimovic is one of a number of AC Milan’s targets, even though Roberto Mancini rectified an earlier statement that the coach plans to make significant changes in his squad, entirely. Mancini said, “I have yet to as for 8 or 9 new players, that was a mere saying. I could have, for instance, ten players. We desire to challenge for the Italian scudetto. We would do that [scooping the trophy] even if we would go through the same squad that we have right now.
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic and one or a couple of great signings, Roberto Mancini has no shadow of a doubt that his side could target high aim next season. Ibrahimovic has won back to back the titles in Ligue 1 with Paris Saint Germain. Mancini said that he though things had been improved constantly. Unluckily, the outcomes had yet to arrive. They made some mistakes and those compromised the whole work that the team had done. If only they had beaten Juventus, as they would have deserved to accomplish, where everything happened, then they could surely had more points from the finale of the season.