The Swedish international, who left Juventus in the summer of 2006 for Inter, has been paired with a possible move to the Turin giants at the end of the season.
“I’m tied to Paris Saint-Germain by a contract,” the striker, who joined PSG from Milan last summer, stated.
“However, to be wanted by Juventus, if that is true, would be an honour because they are a fantastic club, for whom I have already played.
“Their team is strong and they have a great project. However, I’m here in Paris and I’m thinking about winning the title with PSG.”
While Ibra seemed to entertain a possible future at Juventus, the Old Lady dismissed the links last night.
“Juventus, just like every other Italian club, are not prepared to support such a big contract, especially as the wages include taxes,” director general Beppe Marotta underlined.
“If he were to reduce his wages, then I imagine many teams would come in for him. I’m fairly sceptical about that, to be honest, especially as it would have to be a radical cut.”
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