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AC MILAN in move-back touch with IBRAHIMOVIC

21.11.2019 13.12 by Claudio Colla  read 548
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According to latest Italian news, all AC Milan top brass have just met Mino Raiola and his staff, and kicked off serious talks over Swedish 38-year old star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic moving back. Leaving Los Angeles Galaxy on a free move, former PSG and Manchester United hitman, offered an 18-month long deal by Rossoneri, is still tracked by Bologna and Fiorentina as well.

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