Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he has "no nostalgia for Milan" despite his agent Mino Raiola admitting he doesn't know if Paris Saint-Germain will be the striker's last club.
Raiola was speaking with La Gazzetta dello Sport about comments from the Sweden international last week that he would be more than happy to return to the San Siro outfit.
"Ibra was complimenting Milan when he said that they were the only one of his former clubs who he would re-join, he found his smile again at Milan after Pep Guardiola took that away from him at Barcelona. Zlatan has always said what he feels. He's said he was happy at Milan, but he could say the same about Paris and you'd have to believe him. Will PSG be his last club? I don't know. This club has an important project and they really wanted him. It would be hard to get better than this," said Raiola.
The Swedish striker also distanced himself from his previous statement, telling Sky Italia that PS-G are only just beginning to realise their vast potential as he said;
"I have no nostalgia for Milan. We, here with Paris, want to win everything that is possible. We are only half way through the project here," Ibrahimovic said.