Inter Milan boss Mourinho: No problems with Ibrahimovic interview

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho says there's nothing to be concerned about Zlatan Ibrahimovic admitting during the week he fancied a move to Spain.

Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho says there's nothing to be concerned about Zlatan Ibrahimovic admitting during the week he fancied a move to Spain.

“I have known about this interview for two weeks and it’s fairly normal,” assured Mourinho.

“What he said is no different to the comments from Kaka or Carlos Tevez. I say the same thing, that I have won the Premiership, want to win the Scudetto and then one day would like to win in Spain.

“Someone might write on the front page that means I am leaving Inter, but I will 100 per cent be here next season.

“Ibrahimovic said he is happy here and that one day he’d like to try another style of football. That is normal.”

The newspapers have already been hard at the rumour mill with talk of a switch to Barcelona in exchange for Samuel Eto’o and cash.

“Ibrahimovic will stay. If the President really wants to sell him, then I’ll play the player myself! I’d go up to about 10m Euros, seeing as it’s difficult to get bank investments…”

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