Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken with Vanity Fair about his career and his possible future destinations.
The former Sweden star has been linked with a January move to AC Milan and Ibra seems open to returning to the San Siro:
“I spent to amazing seasons at AC Milan, I didn’t want to leave but they forced me to go to Paris. There is an incredible atmosphere at the club. I became the top scorer and I won a Serie A title at AC Milan.”
“There were many legends at the club. I was lucky to play and win with them.”
“There is an interest but I could stay for one more season in LA. It’s not a secret that I like AC Milan. I was sad in Barcelona but everything changed in Milan. In Milan, I was smiling again and I wanted to repay their trust and what they did for me.”
“I wouldn’t say it didn’t go well. The first six months were excellent, then it all became worst. Guardiola had a problem with me but he didn’t want to face it. I couldn’t be myself anymore, with Guardiola I doubted of my qualities. However, I learned a lot in Barcelona.
“Learning and improving is the sense of life. Many players have only played for one team, I played for the best clubs in the World. I was lucky and I did well in every team I played.”