In the playing career of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swedish forward has joined all the major clubs in Italy including: Juventus, Inter Milan and Ac.Milan, even though Ibrahimovic is 33 years old he is still wanted by some of his former clubs.
The coach of Inter Milan, Roberto Mancini recently said that he would like to bring back Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the team but the manager isn’t expecting to see Ibrahimovic leaving his current club, Paris Saint-Germain anytime soon.
Roberto Mancini stated that with the addition of an experienced and talented player such as Zlatan, it can turn Inter Milan into a team that is capable of competing against the best clubs in Italy.
Ac.Milan’s owner Silvio Berlusconi revealed his desire in luring Ibrahimovic back into San Siro. Berlusconi unveiled his interest as the Italian billionaire talked on the Ac.Milan channel and said: "I know the fans would like to see him playing again in our shirt. I too of course would like to see that very much."
Zlatan Ibrahimovic currently has a contract with Paris Saint-Germain which extends until 2016 but the Swedish attacker is constantly being linked with a move away from PSG as there are many managers that are attempting to improve the quality of their respective squads and even at his elevated age, Ibrahimovic is still one of the highest rated players in the world of football and if the right offer is made, he might end his stint at PSG sooner than what his contract says.
Ibrahimovic announced his desire of making a move to the German league, Bundesliga where he has never performed in before and said that if he did make a move to Germany, his desire club would be
"Sure, the Bundesliga would appeal to me. One day, it may happen. I still have a bit of time [in my career. Clearly, if I go to Germany, then I’ll go to Bayern Munich. For me, they are one of the five best clubs in the world." Zlatan Ibrahimovic said.
Pep Guardiola or Bayern Munich haven’t really shown any interest in signing Ibrahimovic but anything can happen in the world of football, especially considering the financial power that the German champions have, money is not an obstacle for them.