Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s return to AC Milan seems like a feasible deal after Mino Raiola explained his relationship with the current Rossoneri management.
The media all across Europe have reported about Milan interest in Los Angeles Galaxy star striker, stating Gennaro Gattuso intends to resolve a lack of attacking options by signing the former Rossoneri talisman.
With Gonzalo Higuain and Patrick Cutrone residing as the only reliable options in the final third, the 7-time Champions League winners need a proven striker, as they are engaged in battles on multiple fronts.
Now, it appears that Leonardo seriously considers bringing Ibrahimovic back to Italy, especially after being informed the deal can go through in view of FFP.
On the other hand, Mino Raiola, who had some issues with the former Milan management, also works on completing the transfer, as he has a great collaboration with the current leadership.
“I repeat what I told you before, the rapport with the Milan management is excellent therefore all roads are open,” he told Rai Sport.
The 37-year-old Swedish bigwig has spent one season at the Stadio San Siro, having lifted the Serie A title with Milan back in 2012.