LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been speaking about the possibility of returning to one of his former clubs in the January transfer window.
The Major League Soccer season has come to an end for Ibrahimovic after LA Galaxy failed to make the play-offs.
The Swede has been heavily been linked with a return to AC Milan on loan, and he has not ruled out his former side as a possible destination.
“There’s interest, but I’d be fine spending another year in LA,” Zlatan told Vanity Fair, according to FootballItalia.
“It’s no secret that Milan like me. I had two wonderful years there and didn’t want to leave, but they ‘forced’ me to go to Paris.
“We won things, I ran out top scorer at a great club with a great atmosphere, plus the old guard was still there.
“They were an incredible group of players, with whom I was lucky to play and win. And I know what it means to win in Italy. Winning is everything.
“I’ve played for the three biggest clubs in Italy: Juventus, Milan and Inter. Milan treated me well: I came from Barcelona, where I’d experienced sadness, but Milan put a smile back on my smile. I wanted to repay them.
“I won’t say ‘no’ and I won’t say ‘yes’. We’ll see… Gattuso was a great player and is a great Coach.
“When I watch Milan’s games, I see how all his players love him. When you win with people like him, and we’ve won the Scudetto and Supercoppa together, it’s wonderful. Good times…”
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