Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spent the past two seasons establishing himself as one of the most colorful and memorable characters to have played in the MLS.
Now, at the age of 38, he is looking to move back to Europe to finish his career, and according to MLS Commissioner Don Graber, he has one suitor that is pushing for him hard.
In an interview with ESPN on Thursday, Graber said: “He is being recruited by Milan, one of the biggest clubs in the world.”
It has long been speculated that Ibrahimovic could look to rejoin his former Serie A club, and it appears that the recruiting process has already started. The Swedish striker played for AC Milan for two seasons from 2010 to 2012, appearing in 61 games and scoring a total of 42 goals.
Nearing the twilight of his career, the polarizing character has shown no signs of slowing down. Since joining the LA Galaxy at the beginning of the 2018 season, Ibrahimovic has dominated Major League soccer, scoring 52 goals in only 56 matches.
Despite nearing the age of 40, Zlatan still clearly has something left in the tank, and it looks like AC Milan will be pushing hard to acquire his services in this winter’s transfer window.