Manchester United and Chelsea target Zlatan Ibrahimovic is extremely unlikely to return to AC Milan, according to the Serie A club’s vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The 33-year-old Swedish international will remain at Paris Saint-Germain this season, and Galliani believes re-signing Ibrahimovic in the future is highly unlikely despite his affection for the San Siro club.
“There’s a one in a million chance that he’ll come [back to Milan],” he told Corriere della Serra, as reported by TalkSport.
Ibrahimovic joined PSG from Serie A giants AC Milan in 2012 and has played an instrumental role in the Parisian club’s last three league titles.
His contract is due to expire at the end of next season and is it expected he will make the move away from France.
Ibrahimovic last week admitted that his next move will be a “big surprise” and did not rule out a move to the star-studded Major Soccer League.
Premier League giants Manchester United are expected to finalise a move for a striker before the end of the transfer window, but may have to wait at least a year for the opportunity to sign Ibrahimovic.