According to sources in Italy, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has emerged as key transfer target for AC Milan this summer as the Rossoneri plot to bring the Paris Saint-Germain star back to Serie A.
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Despite being PSG’s star man, the management at the Parc des Princes are concerned that—at 33—the Swedish forward won’t be able to go on for ever and are aware that plans need to be made in place to find a replacement for the forward.
Zlatan arrived at the club in 2012, moving from Milan, and according to Corriere della Sera, via Foot Mercato, he could be inline for a summer return to the San Siro.
The fallen giants will find themselves flush with cash this summer should Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol be confirmed as the club’s next major shareholder.
If the new man does take over, it is believed that he will make a €200 million war chest available for the club to spend as they look to return to the pinnacle of the Italian game.
Aftonbladet and La Repubblica [via Le 10 Sport] have confirmed that Zlatan will be the club’s primary target, with the player supposedly open to a return to the club.