Reports say PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic could snub moves to China and Manchester United for Milan, but new investment could upset a deal.
The Sweden international is out of contract with the Ligue 1 champions this summer and speculation has been rife about his future.
L’Equipe reports today that Ibra has had two concrete offers so far. The first was from China, which he refused for both sporting and family reasons despite having the chance to become the highest paid player in the world.
The French newspaper believes that the second offer was from Manchester United, but Zlatan is set to turn down the Red Devils if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Ibrahimovic wants to make a decision before Euro 2016 and is now likely to either sign an extension with PSG or return to Milan, according to the outlet.
However, Corriere dello Sport has reported that Chinese investment in the Rossoneri could affect transfer market plans.
The new investors could have different ideas about signings and therefore any current negotiations could be put on standby, including those for Ibra and Real Madrid’s Mateo Kovacic.
This could prove to be a problem for the Swede’s return to San Siro according to the newspaper, as he is in a hurry to determine his future before his contract expires next month.