Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been a free agent since June, when his one-year contract with Manchester United came to an end and the Premier League outfit decided to not extend it.
Several clubs have expressed interest in signing the Swedish forward, but the fact he is injured has been a deal-breaker for most teams. But we might have news soon on that department, as Ibrahimovic was seen in Turin with his agent, Mino Raiola, and there has been a lot of talk regarding a potential return to Juventus this summer.
Ibrahimovic would qualify as a winter signing for Juventus, because the Swede suffered a gruesome knee injury in April, and most signs indicate he will not be ready to return until, at least, late December or early January. But there is no question he would add a lot of firepower to an attacking line that already features quality elements such as Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, and Mario Mandzukic.
If Zlatan signs with Juventus, it would be his second stint with the Bianconeri side. He already played for The Old Lady between 2004 and 2006, but he left the club to sign with Inter Milan once Juventus was relegated to the Serie B following the Moggigate scandal.
Zlatan scored 26 goals in 92 appearances for Juventus.