The AC Milan chief says he would like to see les Parisiens' center back in Italy instead of the Swede because a watertight defense can bring home the Scudetto
The striker has had an excellent first season at the Parc des Princes, scoring 26 goals in Ligue 1 with PSG sitting comfortably at the top of the table with the final few weeks of the season approaching, however, reports have persisted that he is unhappy in France.
Juventus, for which Ibrahimovic used to play, has been mooted as a potential buyer in the summer but Galliani moved to swiftly rule out the Rossoneri in any potential race for his signature.
"A return for Ibrahimovic does not seem possible as his salary demands are too high," the 68-year-old told reporters at a press conference. "He is a professional. We were sad to sell him but he earns the kind of money that are not compatible with our finances.
"Would I re-sign him or Thiago Silva? The team who concedes fewer goals wins the Scudetto..."
The Italian giant made a profit of 32 million euros on the defender after it bought him from Fluminense for 10 million euros before selling him the French capital for 42 million euros.
Milan sits in the third and final Champions League qualification spot with a four-point advantage over Fiorentina in fourth.
It takes on Serie A leader Juventus in Turin on April 21.