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PSG, Ibrahimovic: "Milan is part of the past"

18.09.2012 07.45 by Marco Gori  read 2733
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PSG forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has answered to AC Milan Chief Executive Adriano Galliani who has revealed to France Football that the Sweden national didn't want to leave the rossoneri and that is angry at him: "I have nothing against Milan, it's life. Galliani and Milan are part of the past, it's not important any more".

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