May 14, 2016 08:40 AM EDT
AC Milan China Deal Biggest Catch: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Could Draw Possible Comeback If Plans Pushes Through? [WATCH]
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contract with the Parisian giants will be expiring by the end of the game season this Summer. Mino Raiola, his agent, announced last week that the 34-year-old is opening his doors to a possible return to the Rossoneri. The striker spent two years with the AC Milan before leaving to join the PSG.
Meanwhile, a Chinese consortium just gained exclusivity for a possible acquisition of AC Milan. Negotiations will be on-going over the coming weeks expecting to reach and aggreement before June 15, ESPN FC Asia reported.
With the progressive turn for the new management, the deal opens the gate for Milan to develop into a more striking option to potential summer transfers. Stable and growing investment and powerful financial drivers in the transfer sale could mobilize the Rossoneri's hunt for high-profile players, including their former stars, ESPN FC added.
The takeover dominates the headlines last but no less a coincidence with Zlatan Ibrahimovic expression of an indirect wish to return to the San Siro. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ibrahimovic said he wanted to keep on playing wherever it is, people has to wait and see. The decision will be handed down soon.
He has a good relationship with Milan and he still cares about his former team. The team has been the biggest club he played for. He left before not because he wanted to but other people went their way for it to happen, he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
That will play a significant part in encouraging Ibrahimovic that Milan is the right move for him. While keeping his cards close to his chest, no one ever knew if the future will be the same as the past and everything will be revealed soon, he teased in La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Moreover, Ibrahimovic may not be the only arrival this summer when the deal realize because the potential takeover might escort many more faces next to his Milanello entrance.
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