According to Sky Sports, Bologna has had discussions about the Swede and it is already known that coaches Sinisa Mihajlovic and Zlatan are good friends.
Coach Jürgen Klopp was asked by Aftonbladet whether the German coach would like Zlatan to his English club.
- If he had not played for Manchester United we could have considered it. No, but we're not sure if he wants to play here. We are a very intense team, he says and laughs.
In all likelihood, in other words.
According to Italian radio channel Radio Radio, the classic club Roma has shown their interest.
Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport writes: “Milan is still a city where the Swede has been happy for several years and where his children have been at home. Milan is a second home to Ibrahimovic and Serie A his garden. Will these considerations be enough to convince him? "
Zlatan himself has not hinted at his interest in the club:
"After seeing the documentary on Maradona, I would almost like to test on Naples," Ibrahimovic has said before.
Club president Aurelio De Laurentiis showed his interest in Zlatan already when he was at Manchester United 2017.
"I want that giant in Manchester United," he said, according to Football italia.
De Laurentiis should also have met Zlatan and his family in LA after the president invited them to dinner.
"We had a magical evening," De Laurentiis said.
Argentine Julio Cruz played with Zlatan in the Inter 2006-2009 and recently got into the rumor spread.
- In Argentina everyone says he is going to Boca, Cruz tells Gazzetta dello Sport.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolò Schira, the Brazilian big club is rumored to be interested. According to Schira, the biggest competitors are Flamengo Napoli and Bologna.
The club, which plays its home games at Maracanã in Rio, made an attempt as late as last summer to recruit another star striker, namely Mario Ballotelli, who has the same agent as Ibrahimovic.
According to the Australian media house ABC, the club Perth Glory has openly expressed his interest in Zlatan.
- We have been in contact with Zlatan's agent and asked if he is available and what his interest looks like, confirmed the club's CEO Tony Pignata.
If there is a move to down under, Zlatan would sign a short-term contract and only play six matches with the club - just because the contract with LA Galaxy expired formally at the turn of the year.