Zlatan confirms PSG departure

Ibrahimovic, whose final match will be against Nantes on Saturday, has scored 34 goals in the league this season, leading PSG to a fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title.

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Will Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic make a move to the San Siro?

Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said on Friday that he was leaving French champion Paris Saint-Germain at the end of this season, in a message on the Swedish striker's Twitter account.





Ibrahimovic, whose final match will be against Nantes on Saturday, has scored 34 goals in the league this season, leading PSG to a fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title.

There have been rumours that the 34-year-old wants to play next season in the English Premier League but his agent has suggested he could return to one of his former clubs, with both Milan sides leading the chase.

Despite his superb form in the domestic league, Ibrahimovic performed poorly in PSG's Champions League quarter-final exit at the hands of Manchester City.

Return of the king?

Former Inter president Massimo Moratti said any potential swoop for Zlatan Ibrahimovic depends on the future of coach Roberto Mancini.

Ibrahimovic's situation is apparently being monitored by Manchester United and AC Milan, as well as Los Angeles Galaxy.

Inter — where Ibrahimovic won three Scudettos — is also a possible destination for the 34-year-old, though the uncertainty surrounding Mancini, who watched the Milan club fade dramatically in its pursuit of Serie A glory and Champions League qualification, would have to be sorted first.

"A lot will depend on the choices Inter make with the coach," Moratti, now an honorary president at Inter, told FCInterNews.com.

"As well as many other aspects, such as the possible need to have a player of such quality. But I cannot put myself in the shoes of others, now is totally different to 2006 [when Inter first signed Ibrahimovic]."

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