- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly become a transfer target for Everton
- The Swedish striker is said to be in 'advanced talks' with the Premier League giants
- Ibrahimovic has been without a club since quitting American side LA Galaxy
Former Barcelona forward, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is reportedly in advanced talks with Everton over a potential Premier League move in the January transfer.
The towering striker has been without a club since mutually parting ways with California side LA Galaxy after two-year spell capped by impressive 53 goals in 58 appearances.
He was previously linked with a sensational return to Serie A side Bologna, but in a sudden turn of event, the 38-year-old striker has now become a transfer target for Everton in the January market.
The English giants are set to announce Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager after the sacking of Marcos Silva.
The Italian tactician is a huge fan of Ibrahimovic and he had jokingly hinted at a potential move for Swedish star while he was Napoli boss, suggesting that the reunion is possible.
''I'll call him tonight and say we're waiting," Ancelotti joked after Napoli's 2-0 win over Hellas Verona in October.
''I have a great deal of affection for him, I saw he scored 29 goals in 30 MLS games.''
Meanwhile, Everton fans are relishing in the joy of having the legendary star signing for them through a massive Twitter discussion.
And another fan said: "I know he’s 38 but I’d love nothing more than to see Zlatan Ibrahimovic in an Everton shirt."
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Carlo Ancelotti is a few steps to mouth-watering massive fortune should he agree terms and conditions with Everton as the English giants are set to announce their new manager.
The experienced tactician is set for a sensational second Premier League spell after topping Toffees' consideration list following the controversial sacking of Marcos Silva.
Ancelotti will hope to take over at Goodison Park any time soon- and if reports coming from England are something to rely on the deal will make him the third highest-paid manager in English top-flight with astonishing £14 million deal.
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