Ibrahimovic targets Serie A return to club that "has to win again"

Ibrahimovic at Milan

Ibrahimovic at Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has indicated he will return to Serie A, saying he will join a club that "has to win again".

Amid all sorts of speculation around his next club, Zlatan Ibrahimovic may have dropped a major hint about his future assignment as he is setting himself up for yet another challenge in his illustrious career.

Ibrahimovic played for AC Milan between 2010 and 2012 before he left, and the San Siro side who now sit 11th in Serie A will hope the Swede can fire them to the top half of the table.

"There is no news on Ibrahimovic, because this is not a negotiation", he told Sky Sport Italia. "He is on the market, but there are no developments".

Given Zlatan's 53 goals in 58 games performance in the MLS, he'll be keen to add some more in Italy and help AC Milan climb back up the league table. "There are other factors that must fit in, even in the interests of my family". "I don't just want to do one or two things well, I want to do all of it", he said. It was fantastic. Now there are two heroes of two worlds: "myself and Giuseppe Garibaldi".

"We are not going to sign Zlatan, I'm old enough already" said the president of the Italian club about Ibra, who at 38 still feels capable of being in the European elite. "I have always liked the club and the fans and I have been impressed with what the club has done in recent years both on and off the pitch".

His residence in Stockholm was also targeted by vandals, who wrote "Judas" on it and threw fermented herring at the front door.