New AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca has admitted he would like to see Zlatan Ibrahimovic return to the San Siro this summer.
The Paris Saint-Germain striker could be leaving Ligue 1 for one last challenge in his career, and he has been linked with a move back to Italy in order to re-join AC Milan.
The Swedish international spent two years at the San Siro with AC, one year being on loan from FC Barcelona and the second being after he signed for them permanently.
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AC Milan Past
During the 2010/2011 season, when he was on loan from Barca, Ibrahimovic made 29 Serie A appearances for the club, scoring 14 goals. He then agreed to move permanently and the following season, he scored 28 goals in 32 games.
That was Ibrahimovic's second-stint at the San Siro after he spent three years there with Inter Milan, where he scored 57 goals in 88 games.
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Despite his impressive form in Italy, the 33-year-old chose to leave the country and flew over to France in order to complete a sensational switch to mega-rich French side PSG.
Ibrahimovic has been in Paris for three years now, making 91 Ligue 1 appearances and scoring 75 goals.
Bacca Wants Ibrahimovic Move
The Swede is still proving he scores goals wherever he goes and also proving he wins titles wherever he goes, and that is why Bacca wants him to return to AC.
The Colombian striker only arrived at Milan earlier this summer, after agreeing to join from Sevilla, but he wouldn't mind seeing Ibrahimovic arrive as it could help the club out massively.
“He’s a player who has scored so many goals,” the Colombian was quoted as saying by ESPN. “I don’t know what will happen, but if he came he could help us.”
Bacca Opens Up About Move
Bacca then continued to talk in the interview and revealed why he left the Europa League winners for AC Milan.
“It’s a great club, very ambitious, one of the best in Italy," he commented. "My aim is to do my best, get a lot of goals, take Milan back to the top and also get back into the Champions League.
“I promise to give everything in games and in training to achieve these objectives.”
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