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Ibra's heart remains in Italy

Paris Saint Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent Mino Raiola has refused to rule out a move back to Italy.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic: PSG striker has been linked with a return to Italy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: PSG striker has been linked with a return to Italy

The Sweden striker joined PSG last summer in a big money move from AC Milan and he has performed well in the French capital.

The 31-year-old has spent seven years of his career to date in Serie A with spells at Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan, with a stint at Barcelona sandwiched in between.

Reports in Italy have again linked the gifted forward with a possible return to Juve, and Raiola has admitted that Ibrahimovic could be tempted by a return to Italy in the future.

Speaking to Sky Sport Italia he said: "I'd rule it out today, but maybe not tomorrow. Everything is possible in the market.

"He has never hidden that Italy is his second home, and one which remains in his heart, but in Italy only Juventus, Inter and AC Milan could afford him, while in Europe there are other clubs.

"Zlatan is happy in Paris and the club is pleased with him, I see no reason he'd go away. It's almost impossible."

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