Ibrahimovic ‘demanding more than £200k a week to return to Serie A’ with AC Milan and Bologna leading race for icon – The Sun

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC is demanding almost £215,000 A WEEK to return to Serie A – at the age of 38.

AC Milan and Bologna are reportedly leading the race for the superstar after his decision to quit LA Galaxy.

The Swedish legend is thought to be looking for one last move before he hangs up his boots.

He wants to be closer to his Swedish roots, so Italy is a strong option.

Ibrahimovic last played for Milan in 2012, before spells at Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

He has also played for Juventus and Inter Milan in a career spanning 23 years.

His agent is trying to broker a deal with the two Italian clubs, but Ibrahimovic has made it clear he wants one million euros a month in a six-month contract which would start when the Italian winter break ends, say Football Italia.

The striker is a free agent in December as his deal in California ends following the completion of the MLS season.

Milan want to offer him a £3.4m contract to play for them at the San Siro until the end of the season.

But Bologna, just three points off the bottom of the Seria A table, could agree a sensational £6m deal, putting it on a par with Napoli's shock move for Diego Maradona in the 1980s which catapulted them into the big league.

Manchester United are also interested in re-signing the striker, claim Football Italia.

Ibrahimovic scored 29 goals in 43 starts at Old Trafford.

But his Serie A career is prolific considering it is a notoriously difficult league to score goals in with typical Italian defending.

He amassed 122 league goals in 203 starts for Juve, Milan and Inter between 2004 and 2012.

His spell at Galaxy will go down as an astonishing success considering his age.

He scored 52 goals in 53 MLS starts but could not fire his side to the MLS Cup this year.

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