Zlatan Ibrahimovic has joked that he is presently worse than during his first stint at Italian side AC Milan after rejoining the side where he played between 2010 to 2012 season.
Before joining Paris-Saint-Germain in 2012/13 season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was superb for AC Milan with incredible goals in the Serie A and Champions League.
On Friday, January 3, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was presented to fans at the San Siro as their new player where the 38-year-old claimed that he should be fit for coming game against Sampdoria.
Ibrahimovic last played for MLS side LA Galaxy in their playoffs defeat against Los Angeles FC in October last year, but he is not worried about lack of match action.
"I'm fine, I've trained a lot. I haven't touched the ball, but it's not a problem. I think I'm ready to play. I am much worse,
"Before the injury, I had many thoughts about the future. After the injury and the return to the field, I am just very happy to be able to play football again.
"I worked hard, and as long as I can play, I will do it. Then, of course, you play at different levels. I believe that with great spirit and the right mentality, we can still do well,'' he explained in a press conference.
Meanwhile, AC Milan are currently occupying 11th position on the Serie A standings with 21 points after 17 games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to his former club AC Milan after leaving the San Siro giants in almost a decade.
The Serie A side posted two videos on their Twitter handle confirming the 38-year-old's return to the club.
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