The Sweden international had a poor relationship with the successful trainer during his spell at Camp Nou in 2009-10 and hits out at him in his autobiography, which will go on sale later this month, saying the coach 'lacks balls', while also claiming he was afraid of current Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho.
Guardiola reacted calmly when confronted with Ibrahimovic's comments, thanking the striker for his year in Catalunya - and the forward now seems ready to end their feud.
"How will I react when Guardiola comes to San Siro? I will greet him. We will then see how he responds and what happens," Ibrahimovic was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Ibrahimovic missed the encounter between the clubs back in September due to an ankle problem, but is expected to feature later this month.
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