Former Manchester United and current LA Galaxy star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future has been up in the air following his revelation that he will leave Major League Soccer (MLS) once his contract ends in December.
The league's commissioner, Don Graber has now ended all the speculation surrounding Ibrahimovic's future, claiming that the Swede has signed for former side, AC Milan who he represented for two seasons between 2010-2012.
"Zlatan is an interesting character. He’s a thrill a minute. You need to have those guys that are breaking through like David Beckham did. A 38-year-old guy, who is now being recruited by AC Milan, one of the top clubs in the world," he said as quoted by Dailymail.
"He’s almost set records with how many goals he’s scored over the last two years. At the end of the day I’d love to see him back but that’s going to be up to LA Galaxy."
Despite being 38, the Swede has attracted interest from a number of top clubs including the likes of former club, United and some clubs in Spain. Italy will not be a new destination for him considering that other than Milan, he has also played for their rivals, Inter and Juventus in the past.