Media suggest Swede is still looking to leave this summer.
PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has told reporters that he “is fine in Paris”, but speculation suggests he still wants a move away from the French capital.
The 31-year-old was speaking to reporters as the Ligue 1 champions begin their pre-season schedule in Stockholm, and despite insisting that he does not want to leave this summer, much has been made of his body language during the press conference.
It is understood that Ibrahimovic would like an immediate reunion with former boss Carlo Ancelotti who left for Real Madrid last month, as he has been left unimpressed by the appointment of Laurent Blanc.
Despite the arrival of Edinson Cavani and Marquinhos last week, Ibrahimovic, who has a history of changing clubs regularly, is expected to wait until the end of the summer to see whether or not he can make a return to Spain.
“I’m not going away. There is no reason to change. I have never thought that and never said that,” he told reporters as quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I’m fine in Paris. Cavani? A great purchase and he is very welcome. I have two years on my contract, I will respect it. I will soon discuss the details with the club.
“Blanc? I have spoken twice with him. I know he won in Bordeaux, and he can do it with us. We must get to know each other better,” he concluded.
There is a great deal of scepticism surrounding the Swedish international’s comments, and given that he is a particularly colourful and jovial character, the Italian media has picked up on his lack of energy and have suggested his future in Paris is very much in doubt.