Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to return to AC Milan

Former  Sweden and Manchester United striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in talks to return to his former club AC Milan in the January transfer window. However, there are many other clubs who are wanting to snap him up on a free transfer, after he leaving the LA Galaxy at the end of the Major League Soccer Season.

Anyway, confidence is growing in Italy that the 38-year-old will rejoin Milan, where he spent two seasons. It’s definitely not surprising considering his goal-scoring records on the MLS League of America.
The Swede scored 53 goals in 58 appearances in all competitions with LA Galaxy and also 42 goals in 61 league outings with Milan for two seasons starting from 2010.  On the other hand, Milan are without a major trophy since their Italian title in 2011. In spite of being the seven-time-European champions, they are experiencing a miserable season, sitting in the 11th position in Series A with 21 points from 17 games.
Earlier  in the month of November, Zlatan Ibrahimovic hinted at a move back to Milan by saying:
“I will go to a club that has to win again, that has to renew its history, which is looking for a challenge against everyone. See you soon in Italy.”
Also according to the Italian outlet, Di Marzio the club will disclose the signing by tonight or tomorrow. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed a £4.3million deal to rejoin his former side AC Milan with a 6-month contract with the remainder of the season, and an option of a further year. 
It is unknown which shirt number Zlatan will take, with Krzysztof Piątek currently wearing the number 9. Zlatan could ask for a shirt 81 instead. However, the arrival of Zlatan will not assure the success of the depleting  AC Milan side but can lift the demoralized side for the rest of the season.