The representative insisted his client is still in talks with the French giants over a possible transfer, having refuted claims the Swede has already undergone a medical in Paris
The 30-year-old is expected to make the move to the Parc des Princes this summer, along with teammate Thiago Silva, after a bid in the region of 65 million euros for the pair was accepted by the Rossoneri.
Reports have suggested that Ibrahimovic flew into Paris over the weekend to discuss personal terms with the Ligue 1 side before undergoing a medical examination, but Raiola has stated that this is currently not the case.
"He is not in Paris to pass his medical," the representative told reporters. "We will continue to work and give a press conference when everything is settled."
The news comes shortly after Thiago Silva's agent, Paulo Toniello, claimed that the defender is still trying to agree personal terms with PSG.