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Mancini: If I were PSG, I wouldn't let Ibrahimovic leave

Inter coach Roberto Mancini believes Paris Saint-Germain would be making a mistake to allow Zlatan Ibrahimovic to leave the club this summer.

The Sweden striker's contract expires at the end of the season and he has been linked with a number of clubs in the Premier League and Serie A, including a return to Mancini's Inter.

The Italian, who coached Ibrahimovic during his first spell with the Nerazzurri, would not rule out an approach for the 34-year-old but expects PSG to attempt to extend his deal.
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"Even at his age, he still makes a great difference - we have just seen it [against Chelsea]," Mancini told reporters.

"If I were Paris Saint-Germain, I would clearly not let him go."

He added: "Do we want to sign him? It depends on what the president intends to do next season, but it's hard to pick a player who plays for PSG."