Swedish club AIK have
cancelled plans for an August friendly against AC Milan in
Stockholm because the Italians cannot guarantee that Zlatan
Ibrahimovic will still be playing for them, AIK said in a
The Sweden captain is rumoured to be on his way to Paris
Saint Germain after Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi told reporters
on Thursday that he had sold Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to the
The two players are said to be negotiating personal terms.
AIK said they had planned the friendly at the Rasunda
stadium on August 12.
"Unfortunately, a number of external circumstances meant
that we took a joint decision not to stage the match this time," said AIK managing director Thomas Edselius.
"If we cannot guarantee Zlatan's participation there is a
risk that many would be disappointed," added Mimi
Nordling-Petterson, spokesperson for event managers Tailor
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