Ibrahimovic returning to Inter depends on Mancini's future, says ex-president Moratti

The Sweden international, who has been linked with a return to the Nerazzurri, announced on Friday he will leave Paris Saint-Germain when his contract expires in the summer

Massimo Moratti says any plans Inter have to re-sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic depend on the future of coach Roberto Mancini.
Ibrahimovic announced on Friday he will leave Paris Saint-Germain when his contract expires in the summer.
Inter, where the Sweden international won three Serie A titles between 2006 and 2009, are a possible destination for the striker, alongside Milan, Manchester United and LA Galaxy.
However, former Inter president Moratti believes the uncertainty surrounding Mancini, who watched the club fade dramatically in their pursuit of Champions League qualification this season, would have to be sorted first before the club swoop for Ibrahimovic.
READ MORE  | OFFICIAL: Ibrahimovic announces PSG exit”A lot will depend on the choices Inter make with the coach,” Moratti – now an honorary president at Inter – told FCInterNews.com.
“As well as many other aspects, such as the possible need to have a player of such quality.
“But I cannot put myself in the shoes of others, now is totally different to 2006 [when Inter first signed Ibrahimovic].”

Ibrahimovic has scored a league-high 36 goals this season, helping PSG to a fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title.