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Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not hide the fact that he misses Italy.
But the Swede player did not hint of wanting to leave his current club who recently won the Ligue 1 crown. Clearly, he simply wants to play along with reporters as to his current status.
“Will I stay at PSG? We’ll see. A lot of things can happen,” he is quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport. “All the times [in the past] that I have said that I would be staying, at the end I changed clubs. This time I am not going to say anything. I still have two more years left on my contract but anything can happen. I have changed teams several times and then I planned to stay at a single club for a long time but it did not happen.”
Ibrahimovic left AC Milan for the French capital last summer and led Carlo Ancelotti’s side to the French title.
But speculations still link him with a move back to former club Juventus.
The 31-year-old forward stated that the culture in Italy makes a move back to Serie A attractive.
“I miss Italy. It’s my second home,” he said. “The clubs I’ve played for, Juventus, Inter and Milan are the biggest in the world, I won with them and I know what it means to be a footballer in Italy. There is a big difference, Italy is the most fanatical about football. Italians are used to big football stars and when they arrive they treat them in a certain way.’’