Ibrahimovic states that he would one day like to play in Bayern Munich. Will he do so under Guardiola's watch?
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he would be interested in moving to Bayern Munich should the opportunity arise. The Sweden international Ibrahimovic joined PSG from Milan in July, and previously lined up for Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan and Barcelona, having begun his career at Malmo.
The 31-year-old has now indicated he would want to join Bayern Munich if he were to add the Bundesliga to the long list of competitions he has graced.
"The Bundesliga is certainly a league that attracts me. One day, maybe I will go there," he told 11Freunde. "I still have a little time left in my career. If I chose to go to Germany, it would have to be Bayern Munich. For me they are one of the top five clubs in the world."
Pep Guardiola's appointment as Bayern coach from next season onwards could render any move for Ibrahimovic unlikely - the pair infamously fell out during their time together at Barcelona in 2009/10.
Ibrahimovic meanwhile has been criticized in the past for not remaining loyal to his employers, with his latest comments adding further weight to that argument.
However, he believes moving across Europe has aided him in becoming a better person.
"I've lived in five countries - Sweden, Netherlands, Italy, Spain and now France. I have learned to get to know new people and cultures," he said. "It has certainly made me more mature."