Rome, Dec 4 (IANS) Sweden football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said that he will be joining an Italian club that “must get back to winning.” This comes amidst speculation that Ibrahimovic has agreed to a deal to return to AC Milan, with whom he had previously played two seasons, one of which was on loan from Barcelona.
“I’ll join a club which must get back to winning, which must renew its history and is in search of a battle against everyone and everything,” he told GQ Italia. “That is the only way I’ll be able to find the necessary motivation to surprise you again.”
The 38-year-old has played for Juventus and Milan’s cross-town rivals Inter in a career that has taken him to a number of countries. He most recently played for LA Galaxy in the USA, scoring 53 goals in 58 games.
“It’s not just about choosing a team, as there are other factors that need to line up, including in the interests of my family. I’ll see you in Italy soon,” he said.
“I love to make the difference. I don’t just want to do one or two things well, I want to do all of it.”