Could the PSG star move back to Turin? Rumor has it Juventus could be in the search for Ibrahimovic.
Football agent and player representative Mino Raiola has hinted that his Paris Saint-Germain attacker client Zlatan Ibrahimovic could return to Juventus at some point in the future.
The Sweden international left the reigning Serie A champions in the summer of 2006, after they were relegated to the second tier following their involvement in the Calciopoli scandal, but his representative has stated that a return to the Turin giants is not out of the question.
"Could Ibrahimovic return to Juve? Nothing is impossible," Raiola said to Radio Radio.
"There is nothing that cannot be done. However, the Bianconeri would really have to believe that a deal is possible, just like AC Milan did with Mario Balotelli."
Ibrahimovic has been quoted several times as saying that he feels Italy to be his "second home", and perhaps rightly so after having been part of several mayor Serie A teams including Juventus, Inter, and most recently, AC Milan, from where he moved to his current club. But in an attempt to avoid rumors and further speculation, Raiola warned by saying "let's not get ahead of ourselves on this one, though. I do not want to have to deny all sorts of things again in the French press..."
Ibrahimovic, 31, has a contract with PSG until June 2015.