According to Sky Sports, AC Milan have held talks with Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's representative Mino Raiola regarding a potential deal to bring the Sweden international back to the San Siro.
The report suggests that Ibrahimovic is keen on a move away from the Paris club and Raiola's meeting with AC Milan chief executive Adriano Gallaini on Tuesday has only added fuel to the current fire of speculation.
The 33-year-old Swedish star, who has one-year remaining on his current contract at PSG, is the subject of interest from an array of European clubs, with Premier League sides Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal reportedly among them, as per International Business News.
AC Milan, the club Ibrahimovic joined PSG from, are believed to be offering the striker a three-year contract. Since arriving in France he has scored 75 goals in 88 starts (Ligue 1) and 15 goals in 22 appearances in the Champions League.
A controversial character with an eye for goal, Ibrahimovic is something of a hero in world football despite not being everyone's cup of tea. Many are obsessed with everything he does from showboating, world class finishing, outspoken interviews and blatant arrogance.