AC Milan make Zlatan Ibrahimovic offer to return to Serie A club

AC Milan have made an offer for Zlatan Ibrahimovic in an endeavor to shake off competition from other clubs that were enthusiastic, according to Sky at Italy.
The club want to attract the former Sweden global into train with the group so he can be match fit from January.
When Ibrahimovics agent and Milan officials meet developments are expected next week.
But, Ibrahimovics salary requirements are too high for Milan to go with discussions, since the giants are still currently serving a ban from European competitors due to Financial Fair Play breaches.
Napoli and Bologna are other Serie A clubs showing an interest at the 38-year-old striker, but are yet to put forward any bids .
Milan are now 14th in Serie A and have scored 11 goals in 12 matches in the top flight up to now this term.
Ibrahimovic played Milan between 2012 and 2010 and scored 56 goals in 85 games helping them.
The forwards contract in LA Galaxy officially expires in December. He scored 31 goals in 31 matches during the MLS campaign.
Clubs across Europe, the Premier League and outside will be identifying possible transfer goals and holding discussions with agents and clubs over future deals Since the January transfer window inches closer.
At this traditionally difficult time to make moves that are huge, the start of the year looks set to be feverish for a plethora of high Premier League clubs.
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