The agent of Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes there is a 0.001 per cent chance of his client leaving Paris Saint-Germain for Juventus.
Although Mino Raiola has admitted that a transfer is possible, he doesn’t believe that Ibra will return to Turin seven years after he left.
“Ibra has a 0.001 per cent chance of transferring to the Bianconeri,” the representative told Tuttosport on Tuesday.
“Let me be very clear – PSG have no intention of selling Zlatan, while they have no need for the money.
“They have constructed a fantastic project around him and Zlatan is not looking to leave. He’s never said that he wants to go and I’m not making moves to transfer him.”
Reports suggest that Juventus director Pavel Nedved, who was also represented by Raiola during his playing career, is keen on the Swede’s acquisition.
“That’s fine, but do the others at the football club feel the same way?” Raiola continued.
“If Juventus, or any other great club, called me to officially register an interest in Ibra then we can talk. And, seeing as I’m an agent, I’d put my mind into gear to see if it is possible.
“But before you figure out how to get across a bridge, you have to construct that bridge.”
Juventus, through the words of director general Beppe Marotta, have insisted that Ibra would be too expensive for any Italian club to sign.
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