Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals he would like to return to PSG… as manager

The Swedish striker, who currently plays in MLS for LA Galaxy, told L’Equipe he would like to return to the French capital, as PSG ‘boss’.

He said: “At PSG, they want me to work for the club.

“If I come back to PSG, it's to be the boss. I cannot come for anything else. The only way to make me come, that will be it.

“There are no other possible positions for me. But it's not for now, I'm an active player and I still want to play. When I choose what I want to do, I will inform the world.”

Ibrahimovic scored 156 times for PSG between 2012 and 2016, winning Ligue 1 on four occasions, before he moved to the Premier League with Manchester United.

The 37-year-old, who has bagged 22 MLS goals in 27 games for LA Galaxy this year, has been linked with a move back to former side AC Milan.

Ibrahimovic signed for Milan on loan from Barcelona in 2010 before making the move permanent the following year.

The Swede scored 42 goals in Serie A for the San Siro side over his two season in the red half of Milan.

However, Ibrahimovic has distanced himself from a move back to Italy, as the possibility of a January loan move away from the US becomes a possibility for the forward.

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been linked with a move to San Siro as Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso finds himself under-fire.

However, Ibrahimovic claimed he does not think Wenger will want to take over in Milan.

Ibrahimovic said: “I do not think he wants to go to Italy and face this challenge. Milan, it's not an easy challenge.

“I do not know what I'm going to do. I know that many European clubs are interested, but I am happy here, I love my life, my family too. And I need a challenge, a reason to keep playing.

“I do not want to come to a club just because I'm Zlatan Ibrahimovic. I want to arrive and make a difference. That's what I've always done, everywhere.”

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