The summer is approaching fast and with it the follows a transfer window with Zlatan Ibrahimovic transfer rumors. His contract with Paris SG runs out in June 2015, but speculation about whether the Swede returns to Italy after just one season at PSG is booming.
Corriere dello Sport has reported on negotiations with Juventus but also indicate that Napoli are in the picture. The Napoli rumor is something that has not really been mentioned in earlier reports on which clubs that could be interesting for Zlatan. Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola has several times indicated that the Swede also could end up at Real Madrid, Chelsea or Manchester City.
It is clear in any case that there will be no return to AC Milan.
– A comeback for Ibrahimovic seems impossible because his wage demands are too high. It was sad to sell him, but he is earning amounts that are not compatible with our economy, says Adriano Galliani to Sky Sports News.
The other day we reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Helena Seger are looking for accommodation in Milan. If he signs with Juventus, Zlatan will commute to and from Turin.
Now it seems the Juventus track gets hotter. According to Italian Gazzetta dello Sport today it seems like that Juventus coach Antonio Conte is having talks with Zlatan on a possible return.
Mino Raiola as usual puts out smokescreens to confuse:
– We look at all the options. We assume that Zlatan is still in Paris next season. But the situation in PSG changes, for example if the club change coaches or owners’ investment decreases, a move can be very possible, says Raiola to Le Parisien.
According to news agency AP’s Juventus is only ready to pay PSG 85 million SEK for Zlatan, in which case he would receive an annual salary of 64 million, plus bonuses. These figures are slightly lower than the numbers we reported earlier this week. As a comparision, Paris SG bought Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Milan for about 180 million last summer. We are sure this is not the last we will hear about Zlatan Ibrahimovic transfer rumors regarding Juventus, Napoli, Milan, Real Madrid and other clubs.