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AC Milan could be on the verge of a stunning swoop to bring former Inter star Zlatan Ibrahimovic back to Serie A.

While Milan admitted they haven’t got the financial ability to sign the striker on a permanent deal, they did suggest they’d attempt a loan deal with Barcelona.

If the Swede does return to the San Siro it could spell the end for Dutch forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, who has been attracting interest from England. Spurs and Liverpool are said to be monitoring the situation.

Huntelaar hasn’t had the best of times in Italy since joining Milan after his brief spell with Real Madrid. The former Ajax front-man found himself on the bench for much of last season, starting only 11 games in the league, scoring 7 goals in the process.

His goal record in Holland with Heerenveen and Ajax shows what a quality striker he is if given a run in the first team. If Milan do make him available then a host of clubs would be interested in the forward and this could improve their chances of winning trophies in the online betting.

With Barca signing David Villa this summer, Ibrahimovic could find his chances at the Camp Nou limited and the Catalan side would possibly be willing to do a deal for the striker who scored 23 goals last season.

Milan would need Barca to subsidise the majority of the Swede’s wages for any deal to go through but his presence could seriously improve their standing in the Serie A betting odds. However, wages could prove to be a stumbling block in the move with Manchester City also interested in the striker and more than able to pay Ibrahimovic’s huge wage demands.

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One Response so far.

  1. Serie_AHH says:

    Don’t like this move. Huntelaar has always had a good goal to games started ratio. For some reason Madrid or Milan don’t give him starts. Stick with the Hunter!

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