AC Milan have reportedly made an offer to Los Angeles Galaxy forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic but have made it clear he wouldn't be guaranteed starts if he rejoined the club.
According to Calciomercato (h/t Football Italia), the San Siro outfit have put an offer on the table for the striker, who spent two years at Milan between 2010 and 2012.
However, it's added that the club's general manager Leonardo has advised Ibrahimovic that if he was to join in January he wouldn't be at the top of the club's pecking order, with Gonzalo Higuain starting the season well and Patrick Cutrone a bright prospect.
It's noted that Ibrahimovic earns €1.3 million-a-year as part of his contract in Major League Soccer and as a result the wage demands wouldn't represent an issue for Milan if they were to land the 37-year-old.
The centre-forward joined the Galaxy earlier in the year and despite being in the twilight of his career he has taken the game by storm in the United States.