PSG star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been told to head for the exit door in a France Football article which urges the French champions to sell the Swedish international.
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Ibrahimovic has been an integral part of the club’s success since joining from Milan three years ago, but it is reported that his influence began to wane last season.
The article, written by Patrick Sowden, suggests that the veteran striker no longer has the same influence over the team and is unable to lead them to success.
Instead he argues that his presence in the team is a hindrance to the likes of Edinson Cavani, who arguably performs better when he is made the focal point of the attack without Ibrahimovic.
“The Swede has had a leading role for PSG, but now he is an obstacle to the ambitions of the team. So goodbye and thank you for everything,” Sowden writes in the publication, as reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, which is set to be released on Wednesday.
It is also suggested that the 33-year-old is holding the French outfit back through a transitional period, and his departure would allow them to continue to be successful for years to come.
Although interest from both Arsenal and Chelsea has seemingly been non-existent for some time now, it is believed that Milan are still interested in bringing the Swede back to San Siro.