Ibrahimovic lands in Milan for second stint with troubled Rossoneri
ROME – Zlatan Ibrahimovic has arrived at Milan's Linate airport and was to undergo medicals before signing for a second term with the Rossoneri club.
"The important thing is that I am here and I am happy," the Swedish veteran said in a video posted on the club's website on Thursday.
"I always said that this is home for me and finally I am here. I have been in other teams but I am back and this is what matters. I wait for the fans at San Siro and I want to make them jump again."
The 38-year-old is expected to sign until the June, with a possible renewal option for the next season.
In November he ended a one-season term at Los Angeles Galaxy in the US league. Milan have programmed his presentation for Friday.
In his previous two-year term with the Devils, Ibrahimovic helped them win the 2011 title and was the Serie A top scorer on 28 goals in 2012.
He also won national titles at Ajax, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain.
Milan go into matchday 18 sitting 11th, 14 points away from the Champions League zone.DPA