Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has agreed to return to AC Milan according to Sky Sport Italia even though the French club are reportedly strongly against selling their talisman. Ibrahimovic, 33, spent two seasons at Milan before moving to France in 2012, scoring 56 goals in 85 matches for the former Serie A champions and looks set for a return to the San Siro before his contract expires next summer. PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has no interest in selling the striker, with that short year remaining on his contract, the big man could leave for nothing next summer. Al-Khelaifi will undoubtedly be interested in recouping some of the tens of millions the club will have paid the Swede over the last three years. Ibra's agent, Mino Raiola, apparently met with club CEO Adriano Galliani on Tuesday to discuss the situation, with the striker allegedly declaring his interest in a move back to the club over the phone. It's widely expected that Milan will offer their former player a three year deal which will see him through to the end of his career. This signing, coupled with the seemingly imminent arrival of former manager Carlo Ancelotti, could see I Rossoneri head back to their former glory days and join the very top table of European football once again. Watch this space.