Paris: Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has claimed that Italian giants AC Milan were eager to sign him but there was no offer from English Premier League (EPL) club Arsenal.
Rumours had suggested that the French champions were willing to sell Ibrahimovic this summer, with Arsenal, AC Milan, Manchester United and Inter all linked with moves.
"Milan offer was concrete from their side," the 33-year-old was quoted as saying by goal.com on Wednesday.
"A lot of interest but I said from the beginning that I will stay with PSG. I like it, we have a good team, my family feel good and it's just positive with Paris and PSG. But they wanted, they wanted much," he added.
When pressed about Arsenal's reported interest, the striker replied, "No, so the interest that existed, I have not committed myself to."
"It is Mino Raiola (Zlatan's agent) who takes care of the pieces. When I give notice that I want something to happen I get involved. But this summer I have been resting up, I enjoyed the holiday, but I know that Milan were a bit desperate," Ibrahimovic said.