Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahmovic won't be making a dramatic return to AC Milan over the summer, according to the star's agent.
As reported by the Express, it had been suggested that the Swede could make a shock return to the San Siro after seemingly growing frustrated with life in France and with Paris Saint-Germain.
The striker has only just returned from a four-match ban for his shocking vocal outburst aimed at French officials. Ibrahimovic then went on to say France didn't deserve a football club like PSG.
Despite still being the main man in Paris, Ibrahimovic is ready to leave the club in order to face one more challenge in his career before retiring.
AC Milan History
However, that one last challenge won't be at his former-club AC Milan.
The 33-year-old spent two years at Milan from 2010-2012, making 61 appearances for the Italian giants and scoring 42 goals.
The first year was spent on loan from Spanish giants FC Barcelona, but then he made the temporary deal a permanent one before spending two seasons in Italy.
Ibrahimovic then left Milan in order to join PSG in 2012 and has since gone on to make 91 appearances for the club and scoring an impressive 75 goals.
Milan are expected to have a very busy summer after the season ends as Filippo Inzaghi looks to rebuild his squad in order to bring the glory days back to the once-European conquerors, and Ibrahimovic was targeted as one of the marquee signings.
No Return for Zlatan
However, Mino Raiola, Ibrahimovich's agent, has rubbished reports that the Swede could be in line to make a shock return to Milan.
“I don’t understand why there’s been so much talk of Ibrahimovic to Milan in recent days,” Raiola said on the speculation.
“I don’t know what language I have to say it in, I keep repeating the same things. Zlatan will not return to Milan, it’s pretty much impossible.”