LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed for AC Milan
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MLS commissioner Don Garber suggests Zlatan Ibrahimovic will sign for AC Milan
MLS commissioner Don Garber has suggested that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will sign for AC Milan. The 38-year-old has spent the last 18 months in Major League Soccer and has made a huge impact with 52 goals in 56 appearances for LA Galaxy.


MLS commissioner confirms:Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed for AC Milan
The 38-year-old has spent the last 18 months in Major League Soccer and has made a huge impact with 52 goals in 56 appearances for LA Galaxy.


MLS Chief Says AC Milan Have Agreement with Zlatan Ibrahimovic
The move would see Ibrahimovic return to AC Milan for a second stint. He joined the Serie A club on loan from Barcelona in 2010 and made the move permanent the following season.

Ibrahimovic’s contract with the LA Galaxy expires in December, and he has been linked with a return to Europe after a successful season in MLS ended on Oct. 24.

LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic 'has been signed by AC Milan’, claims MLS commissioner Don Graber
Swedish superstar Ibrahimovic will be a free agent when his LA Galaxy contract expires at the end of December.

The 38-year-old striker has been linked with a host of clubs as he aims to extend his playing career, and Graber has claimed the Serie A side will be his next destination.

MLS chief claims Zlatan Ibrahimovich has “signed for AC Milan”
Swedish superstar Ibrahimovic departed LA Galaxy at the end of the most recent MLS campaign, ending an 18-month spell in the United States.
He could now be set for a second spell as the club look to find more goals after a lacklustre start to the season leaving them 11th in the table.


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Ibrahimovic has been in incredible form for the Galaxy, scoring 31 goals in as many games in all competitions as he captained them to the MLS Cup playoffs.
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Three reasons why AC Milan should sign Ibrahimovic
1. Goals, goals, goals...

2. His experience is vital

3. It would be no holiday for 'Ibra'

No doubt, he will be eager to prove that he can still do well at the top. Turning Milan around would certainly be a great testament to this. Therefore, the Rossoneri should sign him before it's too late.

https://www.calciomercato.com/en/news/th...ovic-85711
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic needs no introduction. He’s a divisive character with his brash persona, boundless arrogance and massive ego. But Zlatan Ibrahimovic delivers on the pitch. 
A serial winner with 31 trophies, with goals in Holland, Italy, Spain, France, England and America, he is a modern day footballing legend. 

The Swede has now ended his time in the US. 53 goals and 14 assists in 58 games for LA Galaxy, Zlatan defies logic. 

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Calciomercato are reporting former club AC Milan want to re-sign the Swedish international. Ibra, who scored 56 goals in 85 appearances for the Rossoneri, has also been linked to Bologna. 

Furthermore, it’s not like the club who will sign him, are signing him BECAUSE it’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It’s because the former Juventus attacker is still a goal scorer. He arrived in arguably the toughest league in the world in 2016 as a 35 year old.
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The Rossoneri have been persistently linked with bring Ibrahimovic back to the club ever since he left along with Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain seven years ago.

“Milan feels like the most natural option. I doubt he will go to Bologna. If I had to ‘bet’, I would say Milan.”(source: sempremilan
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s former Sweden team-mates are convinced that the striker will rejoin AC Milan in January, a report claims.

The team are currently sat in 14th place in the Serie A standings having lost seven of their first twelve games, and they could set an unwanted record with defeat against Napoli after the international break.(via sempremilan)

The Rossoneri continue to be linked with a move for Ibrahimovic to help a young squad devoid of leadership and experience.

The player has made it clear that a reunion with Milan is his first choice.
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I don’t know where, but he deserves and wants to finish his career in Italy.” (via soccercn)
Ibrahimovic is quite familiar with the Serie A as he has already represented three clubs—Inter Milan, Juventus and AC Milan—in the past in the Italy’s top division.

The former Sweden international is being termed as one of the most prolific scorer of this generation as he has scored more than 350 league goals during his two-decade long career. Heart Heart Heart
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Milan are willing to sell as many as three players—Franck Kessié, Fabio Borini and Ricardo Rodríguez—in order to generate funds of up to €60 million for the arrival of Ibrahimovic.(via calciomercato)

The 38-year-old is set to become a free-agent after his contract with the Major League Soccer (MLS) club Los Angeles (LA) Galaxy will expire on December 31 next month.

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The 38-year-old is a free agent after leaving LA Galaxy and is weighing up offers to return to Europe.

And now the former Sweden international is said to be locked in talks with his former employers Milan, where he made 85 appearances between 2010 and 2012, proving to be his usual clinical self by netting 56 goals. 

The ex-Sweden star has been a big hit at LA Galaxy and scored 31 goals in 31 games this year

Ibrahimovic has always entertained throughout his career - and has consistently delivered in front of goal - scoring an incredible 474 times in 788 outings across a spell of top clubs.

He has played for Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, Milan, PSG and Manchester United, and despite edging close to 40, he very likely still has plenty to offer for another big European side.  (via dailymail)

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