The Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Juventus have offered Paris Saint-Germain’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic a four-year contract.
The Swedish international, who spent two seasons with the Turin giants before his 2006 switch to Inter, continues to be paired with the Old Lady.
The Gazzetta today suggests that Juve have already been in contact with the striker regarding possible personal terms.
It is alleged that the Bianconeri are willing to hand him a four-year contract worth €7m a season, plus bonuses.
Ibra currently earns around €12m per season in the French capital.
Despite the rumours, Ibra’s agent and Juventus have both distanced themselves from each other over the past few days.
Director general Beppe Marotta has underlined that Ibra would be too expensive for any Italian club to sign.
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