Swedish star commits his future to the Italian champions and dismisses suggestions of playing for Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid next season
AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he has no plan to leave the Italian giants this summer and adds that he wants to play for them for “another three years”.
The Sweden international joined Milan on loan from Barcelona last summer and played an instrumental role in Massimiliano Allegri’s side winning Serie A for the first time since 2004, scoring 14 goals and providing as many assists in 29 league appearances in the recently concluded 2010-11 campaign.
The 29-year-old, though, has recently been linked with a move to Real Madrid to reunite with his former Inter coach Jose Mourinho, but the forward says that he has no plan of leaving San Siro.
"It's completely untrue," Ibrahimovic is quoted as saying by ESPNSoccernet. "I want to stay with Milan for another three years. I am happy there."
Milan have already said that they will exercise the option to sign Ibrahimovic on a permanent deal from Barcelona by paying the Spanish and European champions €24 million in transfer fees.