MLS commissioner Don Garber has claimed that LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has resigned for Italian giants AC Milan.
The 38-year-old announced that he would be leaving the Galaxy after they crashed out of this year’s MLS Playoffs. The Swede will be ending an 18-month spell that saw him score 52 goals in 53 games.
Following his announcement, Ibrahimovic has been linked with numerous sides around the world. He has been linked to the Australian club Perth Glory and Manchester United.
However, Graber has indicated to ESPN that the Swede has chosen a return to Milan, saying: “Zlatan is an interesting character. He keeps me very busy & you need this kind of players like what happened with Beckham few years ago.
“He is 38 years old & has now been signed by Milan, one of the biggest clubs in the world.”
Ibrahimovic previously had two successful seasons with the Rossoneri, who are currently 11th in Serie A and on their second manager of the season, scoring 42 goals in two years before moving to Paris Saint-Germain.