Paris Saint-Germain forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic could one day return to AC Milan as a coach, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
The Swede recently claimed he would be open to a return to the 2011 Scudetto winners, who he left in the off-season for the French capital.
However, PSG director Leonardo was quick to dismiss Ibrahimovic’s claims, and while Raiola echoed he would not return as a player, he said the striker may do so in another capacity.
“Zlatan has (a connection with) Milan but it is difficult to come back. For me it is a closed topic, he is happy in France and will stay there for another three years,” the Italian told Sky Sport Italia.
“Maybe in the future, but only as a coach… Is his wife unhappy? She is happy to be in Paris.”
Ibrahimovic is away on international duty with Sweden, and will face Germany in a World Cup qualifying match on Tuesday.