Zlatan Ibrahimovic agent rules out Italy return
Paris: Zlatan Ibrahimovic`s agent has ruled out a summer move away from Paris Saint-Germain amidst suggestions that the striker could return to Italy.
Ibrahimovic has been a revelation at Parc des Princes in his debut season since joining from AC Milan last August, but rumours have been rife that he could return to Serie A champions Juventus after he admitted he misses life in Italy.
Mino Raiola, however, has vehemently denied rumours his client will look for a move away from Paris this summer.
"A return to Italy is out of the question," he was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"He remains at PSG.”
"I heard he was going to break his contract but that is an invention of the media. He never told me that."
Ibrahimovic scored 30 goals for PSG this season and helped the club lift the Ligue 1 title for the first time in 19 years, as well as reaching the last eight of the Champions League.
PSG have been hit by news that head coach Carlo Ancelotti wants to leave the club for Real Madrid his summer and will be keen to keep their 31-year-old Swede, who has a contract until 2015, from pursuing an exit along with his boss.
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