The representative indicated that he would love to see the duo partnering each other at San Siro, and revealed that the Manchester City man hit out at the media against IrelandZlatan Ibrahimovic and Mario Balotelli has revealed that he is dreaming of the pair playing together at AC Milan.
The two strikers scored arguably the two best goals of the final round of group games at Euro 2012, the Swede with an acrobatic volley against France and the Italian with an equally superb effort against Ireland.
Their agent, Mino Raiola, confirmed that Ibrahimovic will be staying at San Siro next season, while adding the thought of seeing both forwards playing together is an ideal scenario.
"Zlatan is very relaxed and will stay at Milan. He made an agreement and it will be respected." he told Sky Sport Italia.
"Seeing him and Balotelli together is a dream and often the dreams are better than reality."
The Manchester City striker celebrated his goal against Giovanni Trapattoni's men by shouting wildly, before teammate Leonardo Bonucci covered his mouth.
Some reports suggested the former Inter player's words were aimed at coach Cesare Prandelli, after the Azzurri boss did not start the striker.
However, Raiola insisted the 21-year-old was reacting to media criticism, although he admitted Balotelli never likes being a substitute.
"Mario doesn’t like coming off the bench, but his words were certainly not aimed at Prandelli." he added.
"He merely reacted to criticism and was very disappointed at the media putting him on trial."
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