Zlatan Ibrahimović has moved even closer to a return to AC Milan after accepting the club's proposal.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via CalcioMercato), the 37-year-old Swedish striker has agreed to terms that would see him move back to the San Siro in January.
The former Manchester United and Inter Milan star has been offered a six-month deal. It is also reported that there will be a one-year extension before he 'enters into his final six months of his [LA Galaxy] contract between June 2020 and December.'
The Italian newspaper has added that Ibrahimović is now waiting for a response from Milan sporting director Leonardo Araújo before the deal can move ahead. It's also believed that 'both parties [are] interested in making it happen.'
According to Milan News' Antonio Vitiello, the former Barcelona player's agent, Mino Raiola, had visited the club's headquarters for a meeting that lasted four hours.
It is reported that the LA Galaxy star was
the 'central theme' of the conversation.
As well as Ibrahimović, Chelsea midfielder
Cesc Fàbregas has emerged as a target for Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso.
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