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Ibrahimovic laughs off 'untrue' Real link

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has completely dismissed reports that he could be a transfer target for Real Madrid and insisted he wants to stay with the Rossoneri "for another three years".

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Ibrahimovic, 29, enjoyed an excellent 2010-11 season with Milan - impressing enough to earn a permanent return to Serie A from Barcelona.

The Swedish forward scored 21 goals in his one season in Catalonia, but he never appeared to fit in at Camp Nou and Barca's signing of David Villa last summer signalled the end of his time at the club.

Ibrahimovic moved on loan to Milan before completeing a permannet deal in January, though his move back to Italy did not sit well with fans of city rivals Inter, for who he had played for three seasons between 2006 and 2009.

Now Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo has suggested Ibrahimovic could make another controversial move.

It says the striker is interesting Real Madrid, coached by former Inter boss Jose Mourinho - who swapped him with Samuel Eto'o in the summer of 2009.

But Ibrahimovic, who has won a domestic league title in each of his last five seasons, insists the report is hearsay and spelled out his intention to stay at Milan.

"It's completely untrue," he told Swedish media. "I want to stay with Milan for another three years. I am happy there."

Real are thought to be looking to bolster their attacking oprions after missing out on the Primera Division title for a third successive season, with Sergio Aguero thought to top their list of potential targets.


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