Milan dropped more hints they’re trying to bring back Zlatan Ibrahimovic by refusing to rule out “negotiating for other Mino Raiola clients.”
Tuttosport claim that the Rossoneri are edging closer to a reunion with Ibra, who already wore their jersey from 2010-12.
The club and super-agent clashed spectacularly last month over Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract, at first rejecting a renewal and then accepting the extension.
At the time, Raiola particularly blamed director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli, claiming he had used “mobbing tactics” to bully the 18-year-old goalkeeper.
“Raiola is one of the most powerful agents out there,” Mirabelli told La Domenica Sportiva programme on Rai Sport.
“We clashed over the Donnarumma renewal. We know how difficult it is to sit round a table with him to negotiate his players, but now he also knows it is difficult to negotiate with us.
“I cannot rule out negotiating for other Raiola clients.”
Ibrahimovic is the same that springs to mind, as Milan need a new striker and the Swede has been mentioned for a comeback at San Siro.
He is currently out injured after an ACL tear and out of contract from Manchester United.