- Serie A side Zlatan Ibrahimovic is on the radar of San Siro giants AC Milan
- The 37-year-old Ibrahimovic present deal at LA Galaxy expires in December 2018
- Ibrahimovic scored 56 goals in his previous 24 months spell at AC Milan
Italian topflight campaigners AC Milan are considering a surprise move for Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the forthcoming winter transfer season in January.
According to UK Sun report citing Italy’s Calciomercato.com, the San Siro dwellers are keen to offer the big Swede a short-term return to the Rossoneri.
At the moment, AC Milan are struggling to find fit strikers as Juventus on-loan forward, Gonzalo Higuain is yet to recover fully, while Patrick Cutrone is still out sidelined.
AC Milan are presently rooted in the mid-section of Serie A log, 11 points off league leaders, Juventus.
The 37-year-old Ibrahimovic, whose present deal at LA Galaxy expires in December, is on top of his game in the MLS out after netting 20 times in 24 games for LA Galaxy this term.
Rosseneri eggheads will be counting on Ibrahimovic’s renowned agent Mino Raiola to help the deal see the light of the day.
The report also revealed that Milan would want to keep the Sweden legend until the 2019 MLS season kicks off in March.
Interestingly, in his previous 24 months spell at the club, Ibrahimovic netted 56 goals and won the Scudetto before joining the Paris Saint-Germain six seasons ago.
In 2016, he moved to Manchester United during Jose Mourinho’s first season at Old Trafford, winning both the League Cup and Europa League.
However, in March 2018, Ibrahimovic was on the move again after quitting Manchester United for LA Galaxy in the MLS.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Arsenal's attacking midfielder Aaron Ramsey is being lined up for a move to to join Serie A giants AC Milan in January.
The Wales international will be out of contract at the Emirates next summer, and is yet to sign a new deal under Unai Emery.
There are widespread reports in Italy that the San Siro outfit are planning to swoop for the former Cardiff City man.
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