The Rossoneri are looking to bring the Swedish star back to the club amidst woeful performances in the league.

The ‘Zlatan Ibrahimovic to AC Milan’ transfer speculations has taken another twist. Reports suggest Milan are ready to sell three first-team players to make way for the Swedish star.

Apparently, financially-sick AC Milan are preparing to meet the extraordinary wage demands of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Taking that into consideration, Daily Mail reports the club is willing to sell three players – Franck Kessie, Fabio Borini and Ricardo Rodriguez.

In that case, the club will be able to provide for Ibrahimovic’s £3.5milllion in wages.

Apart from Kessie, the other two players have seen themselves falling down the pecking order at Milan. They have more or less been warming the bench for the majority of the season.

Since MLS chief Don Garber was quoted saying that Milan will make a move for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, it has become a trending issue in the market. Following the statement, the 38-year-old has also left MLS side LA Galaxy and is currently without a club.

Interestingly, during his prime, Ibrahimovic was a part of the Rossoneri and had even scored 42 times for them. He has been one of the most feared strikers in Europe during his career. Milan are currently 14th in the league table having gained just 13 points off 12 games.

Thus, Ibrahimovic’s return to the club would come at a supposedly good time they look to bounce back from their woes in the Serie A.

His addition to the current Milan squad will only act as a ‘confidence booster’ for the other players. However, Milan also face some competition from Ibrahimovic’s former club Manchester United, who appears as one of his suitors.

Moreover, despite his age, the player had a spectacular season in the American league registering a whopping 52 goals in 56 games. Being able to attract top clubs at this age only shows the qualities of Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a striker and the impact that he can make.