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Ibrahimovic open to AC Milan return

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be tempted to take in a second spell at AC Milan once his time at Paris Saint Germain comes to a close, reports Sky Sports.

The 31-year-old Swedish international swapped the San Siro for the Ligue 1 giants in the summer, to link up with Carlo Ancelotti in the French capital.

Ibrahimovic is one of the most consistent and prolific marksmen in European football and has turned out for a selection of the continent's biggest clubs.

Despite his advancing years, the talismanic striker still believes he has plenty to offer, and even after completing three years at PSG - when he'll be 35 - thinks he'll be able to cut it back in Serie A.

"AC Milan are a club I could go back to, if I choose to," Ibrahimovic told Aftonbladet. "Usually I don't go back to an old team, but I would return to AC Milan.

"If AC Milan ever need help, they know where to find me. I want the best for Milan and I was happy there, I felt at home. They are a fantastic club."

Ibrahimovic's agent, Mino Raiola, admits a return to Italy could be a possibility further down the line, but is adamant that his client won't be pushing for a transfer away from the Parc des Princes any time soon.

"He is just complimenting AC Milan, saying they are the only club he would go back to," he told Sky Sport 24. "But Ibra is happy at PSG and has no intention of leaving Paris.

"For the next three or four years, Zlatan will still be a top player and no-one in Italy could afford him. If at the end of the contract, when he will be 35/36, AC Milan want Zlatan back, he could go back."

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