AC Milan have entered into talks to sign former striker Zlatan Ibrahimović in January, according to Calciomercato.
Sky Sports and the Guardian reporter Fabrizio Romano previously suggested that the 37-year-old Swede's representatives and the Italian club both have a 'firm interest' in making the deal happen.
Calciomercato has since added that one of its 'transfer experts,' Daniele Longo, has reported that I Rossoneri have made contact with Ibrahimović's agent, Mino Raiola.
It was rumoured last month that the former Barcelona and Inter Milan star could make a move back to the San Siro.
The LA Galaxy forward has had a flying start to life in the MLS, having made 27 appearances and scoring 22 times.
Before the playoffs with the Californian-based side, Ibrahimović responded to speculation that linked him with a move back to Old Trafford and a reunion with United manager José Mourinho.
"I think I'm in a situation where I need to have a good balance between work and rest," he said. "Because I came back from injury and because of my age and the load I'm putting in during training.
what I have been thinking about because we still have two games, hopefully we
make the playoffs."
AC are fourth place in Serie A after a late victory against Udinese over the weekend. Gennaro Gattuso's side are four points behind Napoli and Inter Milan, along with ten points behind league leaders Juventus.
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