Milan still want to bring Zlatan Ibrahimović back.
The striker is still out of the club for now after he left Manchester United. He is currently focused on recovering from a serious knee injury, but despite the fact that he will not be back in just a few months, a fierce battle is under way. Even yesterday, it seemed that the closest to his acquisition were the "Red Devils", which seriously consider re-contracting the Swede, but Milan also did not give up fighting.
"La Gazzetta dello Sport" inform that "Rossoneris" still hope they will be able to bring "Ibra" back to Italy. According to the daily newspaper, this operation is "not a Utopia", and everything depends primarily on the health of the player. The 35-year-old tries to get back to the field as quickly as possible and trains several hours a day. Rehabilitation is going according to plan, but the Milaners want to be sure that Zlatan will be able to relate to the old form when he returns to the game.
Ibrahimović performed in Milan in 2010-2012. During this time he played in 85 games, scoring 56 goals and adding 24 assists.