Super agent Mino Raiola has fired shots at AC Milan, claiming that if Adriano Galliani was still CEO of the club then Zlatan Ibrahimovic would already be at the San Siro.

Raiola has fallen out with Milan after the controversy surrounding goalkeeping prodigy Gianluigi Donnarumma. Reports in the last week have claimed that the 18-year-old turned down a contract from the club worth £80k-per-week, and is on the hunt for a new club.


And now, Donnarumma's agent Raiola has taken a stab at the Italian giants, mocking their new Chinese owners when discussing the future of another client of his, Zlatan Ibrahimovic - hinting that they don't have the ability to sign someone like the towering Swede.

“Ibra’s fine, he’s received so many offers, from the US and beyond,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport (via Football Italia).

“Italy? He’s certainly not going to Napoli. Milan haven’t asked me about him. With Galliani, he’d already be here..."

Raiola was also questioned on the future of Blaise Matuidi, who has gained huge interest in his services after Paris Saint-Germain's poor season in Ligue 1.


“[Clubs] have asked me about Matuidi, like Inter and Juve. We’ll see,” claimed Raiola.

“The Bianconeri pulled out a year ago due to political reasons. Maybe this time…”

Juventus looked into signing Matuidi last summer after their record sale of Paul Pogba to Manchester United. 

However, their interest came to an abrupt end, with club CEO Giuseppe Marotta simply stating that their move for him was over following an explicit statement from PSG.

However, this summer could spell a change for Matuidi, despite his club's reluctance to sell.