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Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘ready to return home to Hammarby after deciding to leave AC Milan after four months’

Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘ready to return from Hammarby after deciding to leave AC Milan after just four months’ (and the legendary striker is already training with the Swedish club he owns!)

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to leave AC Milan to return to the Swedish league
  • The legendary striker only re-signed for the Italian giants January this year
  • The Swede trained with Allsvenkan’s Hammarby with Serie A stopped
  • He invested in the club in November and probably plays for the Swedish side

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave AC Milan to join Hammarby in his native Sweden, despite only re-signing for the Italian giants in January, according to reports.

The legendary striker trained with the Allsvenskan party, which he invested in November, while the Serie A season is still being suspended.

The well-traveled Swede signed a short-term deal with LA Galaxy for Milan for the second time in his career earlier this year and is now looking to move back to his native country, the Milan-based newspaper said. Corriere della Sera.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly decided to leave AC Milan to return to the Swedish league

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly decided to leave AC Milan to return to the Swedish league

The legendary striker only signed in January for his second period with the Italian giants

The legendary striker only signed in January for his second period with the Italian giants

The legendary striker only signed in January for his second period with the Italian giants

As it stands, the 38-year-old’s contract with the Rossoneri expires next month and has turned down the opportunity to sign an extension to the deal, the report said.

The striker made only eight games for the coronavirus disruption, scored three times and assisted once.

Ibrahimovic returned to his native country and had maintained his fitness level with the club in which he holds a 25 percent stake and a move would be the ideal option.

The 38-year-old trained with Swedish side Hammarby to maintain his condition

The 38-year-old trained with Swedish side Hammarby to maintain his condition

The 38-year-old trained with Swedish side Hammarby to maintain his condition

Ibrahimovic returned to his native country in March after Serie A was discontinued due to the coronavirus

Ibrahimovic returned to his native country in March after Serie A was discontinued due to the coronavirus

Ibrahimovic returned to his native country in March after Serie A was discontinued due to the coronavirus

His collaboration with the Swedish club angered fans of Malmö, the club where Zlatan started his career, who shot down a picture of the charismatic attacker.

Ibrahimovic even played and scored for Hammarby in a friendly television match played behind closed doors last month.

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