AC Milan have confirmed they have no chance of resigning Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Paris Saint-Germain if he does choose to leave the club.
The Swedish international has one year left on his deal in Paris and is considering his future and may take on one more challenge in his career before calling time and retiring.
Ibrahimovic believes he's done all he can with PSG, despite not winning the Champions League, and he's ready to test himself one last time.
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The Swede has plied his trade in Italy, Spain and France now, with some reports claiming England could be next with Manchester United and Arsenal strongly linked with signing him.
However, some reports claim a shock move to the MLS could be in the pipeline for the 33-year-old.
One move that won't happen though is a return to the San Siro and more importantly, a return to AC Milan.
The striker spent two seasons with Milan, one year on loan from FC Barcelona, and the latter year after completing a permanent switch from the Spanish side.
During his stint on loan, Ibrahimovic played 29 times in Serie A, scoring 14 goals. However, after joining permanently, he made 32 appearances and scored an impressive 28. Following that impressive season, he moved on again and this time joined the revolution of PSG.
Since then he's won the Ligue 1 title and scored 75 goals in just 91 league games, and he's now getting itchy feet once again.
AC Milan Rule Out Move
A return to AC Milan was rumoured, but the club's vice-president, Adriano Galliani, has confirmed that the striker's next destination won't be the San Siro.
He told Italian publication Corriere della Sera: "There's a one in a million chance that he'll come back [to Milan]."
Interesting, AC Milan are the favourites to land the Swede, according to SkyBet, with the bookies offering customers odds of 5/2.
However, that's only if the striker were to move. The odds on him staying put in Paris are 2/7.
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