The 34-year-old is free to leave English club Chelsea at the end of the season and he has been linked with a move to one of Italy’s giants.
“The more quality players we insert, the better it is,” Ibrahimovic told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“Giroud has great experience and we do not have many players that have won trophies. If he comes, he is welcome. The group is very open and has the desire to learn.”
AC Milan are searching for a back-up to Ibrahimovic as Mario Mandzukic has struggled with form and fitness since joining the club in January. The Swedish veteran scored 15 times in Serie A during the 2020/21 campaign but missed parts of the season due to injury problems of his own.