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Ibrahimovic not going back to AC Milan - agent

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent has rubbished rumours his client could rejoin AC Milan, insisting that a return to San Siro is "pretty much impossible".

The Sweden international spent two seasons with the Rossoneri, initially arriving on loan from Barcelona in 2010 before the deal was made permanent the following year.

Ibrahimovic moved on to Paris Saint-Germain in 2012 and has enjoyed a hugely successful stint at the Parc des Princes, where he is set to collect his third successive Ligue 1 title.

However, reports in recent days suggested the 33-year-old could go back to Milan this summer, but the forward's representative, Mino Raiola, says there is absolutely no truth in the stories.

“I don’t understand why there’s been so much talk of Ibrahimovic to Milan in recent days,” the agent told MilanNews.

“I don’t know what language I have to say it in, I keep repeating the same things.

“Zlatan will not return to Milan, it’s pretty much impossible.”

Ibrahimovic fired Milan to Serie A glory in his first season with the club and scored 56 times in 85 appearances in all competitions during his two-year stay at San Siro.