Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly made up his mind and is keen to leave Milan to go and play for Manchester City in the Premier League.
The tall Swede has just finished his most prolific year in front of goal, with 28 League goals to his name earning him a second Capocannoniere title in his career.
However, with Milan having not won anything and rumours of a rift with Massimiliano Allegri and other coaching staff at the club, reports are suggesting that the forward is angling for a move.
Preivously linked with a reunion with Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid, the latest line is that the 30-year-old is keen to sample English football.
Tuttomercatoweb are alleging that the player’s agent, who was spotted at Milanello today, is already at work to try to engineer a move to newly-crowned champions Manchester City, ahead of an anticipated meeting between Ibra and Rossoneri Vice President Adriano Galliani to discuss his future.
A move to Manchester City would be a link up with another former Inter boss in Roberto Mancini.