I did not speak to Nedved about Ibrahimovic, insists Leonardo

The Brazilian has made it clear that the striker's future was not discussed with the Old Lady legend during Friday's Champions League draw in Nyon
Leonardo has rubbished claims that he spoke with Pavel Nedved over the possibility of Zlatan Ibrahimovic leaving Paris Saint-Germain to rejoin Juventus in the summer.

Reports in Italy over the past week had suggested that the Sweden striker was keen to end his spell in France and move back to the Turin giants - whom he represented between 2004 and 2006 before departing for Inter in the wake of the Calciopoli scandal.

It then emerged that the Parisiens sporting director met with the former Bianconeri midfielder during Friday's Champions League quarter-final draw in Nyon, but Leonardo has insisted that the topic of Ibrahimovic's future did not crop up.

"Ibrahimovic? Pavel Nedved and I talked about so many things, but there is nothing to comment about Ibra," he told Sky Sport 24.

"This [Ibrahimovic] is a man who is at the heart of our project. It is useless to talk about this now."