Zlatan Ibrahimovic says “you never return to a club where you made history” but considers Italy “my second home”.
The Swedish striker is out of contract, and it was today reported that a medical has been scheduled with Manchester United for after Euro 2016.
Milan are keen to bring Ibra back to San Siro, and GQ asked him about the possibility of a return to Italy.
“I’ll say two things,” Ibrahimovic replied.
“One might contradict the other. The first, is that you never know. The second is that you never return to a club where you made history.
“Italy is my second home, there’s infinite passion there, it’s hot and total. They have a similar way of understanding the sport to me, maybe it’s the same for life [in general].”
Ibrahimovic was also asked about his relationship with the Coaches he’s worked with throughout his career, having been trained by Fabio Capello, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, among others.
“The only one I left on bad terms with was Guardiola. I had arguments…