Zlatan Ibrahimovic 'will join AC Milan in January from LA Galaxy and will earn staggering amount for playing just half season'

According to reports, Ibrahimovic still has multiple offers from Europe, where he plied his trade with Manchester United before joining LA Galaxy.

And if he chooses to return from the US, Ibrahimovic would earn around £1.78million for just six months' work at the San Siro.

The former Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, PSG and United striker has bagged 22 goals for LA Galaxy this term.

But according to La Gazetta Dello Sport, he is determined to quit the California club and return to Europe.

Sporting director Leonardo has reportedly been on to Zlatan's agent Mino Raiola to try and negotiate a deal for the player.

Man Utd ace Victor Lindelof trolls Sweden hero Zlatan Ibrahimovic — after scoring second goal against Russia

VICTOR LINDELOF grabbed his first Sweden goal — and attempted to bait Zlatan Ibrahimovic on social media.

But fortunately for the Manchester United defender, he was not given one of Zlatan's epic boasting rants in reply — but a pat on the back.

After putting the Swedes ahead in their 2-0 win over Russia, the former Benfica man, 24, joked on Twitter and Instagram: "Watch out @iamzlatanibrahimovic."

His goal helped the Swedes leapfrog Russia in their Nations League Group B game, to clinch promotion to League A next time out.

Defender Lindelof arrived at Old Trafford last season when Ibrahimovic was recovering from a knee ligament problem.


Ibrahimovic's arrival on the West Coast of the United States was announced by a full front page wrap of the LA Times and he scored two on his debut in the local derby against LA FC.

The Swede also did the rounds of chatshows after arriving in the metropolis, including on James Corden's programme, where he dressed as the fortune-telling machine from the Movie 'Big.'

His goals ratio was excellent at Galaxy with seven goals in his last eight games for the club.

Former Manchester United team-mate Victor Lindelof gave Ibrahimovic banter after the defender scored for the Swedes against Russia.

Next to a picture of his goal, Lindelof posted on Instagram: "Watch out @iamzlatanibrahimovic."

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