Zlatan Ibrahimovic coming back to Italy??

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has always been a controversial name in every transfer window. According to several reports the Swedish Forward is planning to fly off back to Italy this January to join his former boss Carlo Ancelloti at Napoli. 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is considered to be the one of the best forwards in the world football. As he has played for the biggest clubs in his entire career. While most of the players plan to end their careers at this age by playing their last matches in a non European league. The Swedish Forward is considering a move back to Italy to end up his career on a very high note. 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played 902 matches and scored 535 goals for Clubs and country. These stats are a proof of his excellence and vast experience. 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic playing for LA Galaxy

The 38 year old striker is currently playing for LA GALAXY in the American league MLS. He has been a great signing for the MLS side as he has been their best player despite of his increasing age. Since joining them in 2018 the Swedish Forward has played 56 games for them and has scored 52 goals. That is quite impressive for a 38 year old. He is currently their top scorer this season. Scored 30 goals and is second in the league’s top scorer list second to Carlos Vela ( 34 goals).

Reuniting with former boss Carlos Ancelloti:

Zlatan Ibrahimovic with former boss Carlos Ancelloti

Considering his great form and his never give up attitude. Carlo Ancelloti is hoping to sign the Swedish striker this winter. Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be happy to rejoin his former boss at Napoli. He himself wants to make a comeback in European football. He has been offering his services to Manchester United but there was no interest from the English Giants. 
Will Zlatan Ibrahimovic reunite with his former boss at Napoli? Or he will continue to dominate the MLS?

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