- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed to AC Milan switch
- The Swedish star was earlier linked with Bologna and EPL giants Everton
- Reports from Italy claim Ibrahimovic will be unveiled in a couple of days
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed to a deal that will make him seal a sensational return to Italian giants AC Milan
The Swedish star is set for a Serie A move at 38 after mutually parting ways with American side LA Galaxy with an impressive 53 goals in 58 appearances.
He was previously linked with a return side Bologna, but a sudden turn of twist may see the 38-year-old striker move to San Siro in the January market.
According to Sky Italia, the former Barcelona striker has reached a verbal agreement to join AC Milan for a second time, and he may be unveiled in the coming days.
Ibrahimovic enjoyed his first spell with the Italian champions between 2010 and 2012 in a season-long loan from Barcelona.
The former MLS star was later purchased by Milan in a deal reportedly worth €24 million and then moved on to score 56 goals in 85 games in his first two seasons.
Ibra was earlier reported to be advanced talks with Everton over a potential Premier League move in the January transfer after Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti expressed admiration for the forward.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic dabbled into the discussion of superiority between Ronaldo de Lima and Cristiano Ronaldo with the towering striker backing the Brazilian legend as the "real" one.
The former PSG star aimed jibe at the Portuguese star, calling him a product of natural talents while describing the Selecao legend as the real Ronaldo.
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