Ibracadabra Returns To The San Siro
The Swede has been rumoured to join the Via Turati outfit for the majority of the summer campaign, but Milan's poor signings and lack of funds inhibited them from being able to make an ideal proposal to the Spanish Champions.
However; following the Gamper Trophy last week Galliani has been in constant contact with the Spanish officials in trying to lure the ex-Inter star back to the San Siro.
The move was finally announced just after 9pm on Saturday night that a deal has been agreed upon to sign the forward.
Zlatan is set to undergo medical tests on Monday where he will complete his signing of a four year contract.
This is the second big signing of the transfer season for Milan who recently brought in Kevin-Prince Boateng to the side in a complicated loan deal from Genoa.
Milan will kickoff their Serie A campaign this Sunday against Lecce, where Zlatan is set to be present to greet his new fans.