Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is close to AC Milan move

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently playing for the club LA Galaxy which is the America soccer club though Zlatan is still considered as one of the best strikers in recent time. However, his part playing in Europe’s clubs have ended a long time ago and later, he travelled to the United States. But the news has been heard that at the end of the season, Ibrahimovic is going to leave his club LA Galaxy. Basically, his current agreement with the club will be over at the end of the season and the 38 years old player has no intention of extending his contract. So, most of the people have seen the end of his career. But, the Swedish player thinks differently. He has still things to do in Europe. And reportedly, the Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is close to AC Milan move.

The 38 years old former Sweden national team player revealed his wish of returning in Europe at the beginning and from the last week, the same thing has come up to the headline. Through social media, Ibrahimovic revealed a secret that he wants to join in the Spanish football once again. But the Spanish news portal Marca has revealed that the former Barca striker is close to moving to his former club AC Milan.

However, it is still in doubt that where he will make his move but it is almost certain that the Old Lady’s former star wants to leave Major League Soccer (MLS) in the next season. Excluding AC Milan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played with Juventus and Inter Milan in the Italian league. Considering all his appearances in the Italian league competitions, Zlatan Ibrahimovic played a total of 294 matches and scored 148 goals so far. Along with that, he assisted 61 times so far.


If we look at the professional career of Ibrahimovic, his career is too colourful. He started his professional journey in 1999 with Malmo FF and since then, he did not have to look behind. 

In 2001, Ibrahimovic moved to the Dutch club Ajax and played three seasons with them. Later, the Old Lady bought him and kept him for two years. Then he moved to Inter Milan. He also played for the Catalan club Barcelona, Italian club AC Milan, French club PSG and English club Manchester United. But his colourful career was at the Parc des Princes. He played for them 122 appearances and scored a total of 113 goals. However, Zlatan took his international retirement from the Sweden national team in 2016.