Zlatan Ibrahimovic has
declared his intention to stay at
Paris Saint-Germain, dismissing
any notion he could join AC
Milan this summer.
The enigmatic Swede has been
linked to an exit from Parc des
Princes this summer amidst
rumours he is unhappy in
France, with former club Milan
said to be particularly interested
in bringing him back to San Siro.
But the 33-year-old has
come out to quash speculation,
blasting reporters for fabricating
stories and claiming he was
simply focused on winning
more silverware with the French
“I belong to PSG with a year
left on my contract. It’s all media
speculation,” he said at Sweden’s
training base, where they are
preparing to face Montenegro on
Sunday in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
“I don’t think any reporters
even called Milan CEO Adriano
Galliani to ask him if we talked.
I have no idea where the stories
come from; I guess people need
something to write about.
“I really don’t think I will leave.
We won everything in France
this season. I’d rather play for a
club I like and enjoy myself. And
I am currently playing for a club
in the Champions League, and I
enjoy it.
“I belong to PSG. I have a year
left on my contract. There is no
truth to these stories. I am a PSG
Ibrahimovic’s statements will
come as a blow to Milan, who
are said to be close to tying up
a deal for Porto striker Jackson

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