Juventus’ Pavel Nedved admits Zlatan Ibrahimovic discussion with PSG
FIAT president John Elkann stated earlier this week that the team “doesn’t need Ibra”, on the heels of sporting director Pavel Nedved’s admission that he would like the Swedish striker at the team, and now Nedved is admitting haven spoken with officials at Paris Saint-Germain regarding the former Juventus player.
“[Yes], I met [with] Leonardo and we spoke about PSG, Juve, and even Ibrahimovic,” he stated in an interview with Sky Sport Italia.
“But he is [still] their player and [that discussion] is [over].”
Ibrahimovic began his Serie A career with Juventus in 2004, where he won two Scudetto’s before moving on to Inter in 2006. The 31-year-old attacker has spent a great deal of his professional career in Italy, playing for Juventus, Inter, and AC Milan during which he scored over 100 goals and amassed numerous personal and team accolades, including an impressive six Scudetto’s.
In his last season with Milan, he scored a career-best 28 league goals and became the first player to win the Capocannoniere twice with two separate clubs before being sold to the Ligue 1 heavyweights this past summer for a reported €20 million plus fees.