Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has completed his move to French club PSG from Italian club AC Milan. The 30-year-old is a well-known face in Italian football after having won numerous trophies with the Milan clubs.

However, this will be just his second departure from Italian football in three seasons after he recently moved to Barcelona where he spent just one season before returning to Italian football with AC Milan.

He helped AC Milan to the Italian Serie A title after many seasons, although he was unable to repeat the feat last season. Yet, he finished as the top scorer in the division, and Milan will certainly be extremely happy to let him leave.

The French club PSG made a combined offer of around £ 52 million for both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva, which was accepted by the club. It certainly makes a lot of financial sense for AC Milan given the fact that the striker recently turned 30 years of age. He is expected to offer only about three more years of top-level football due to the numerous injury problems. His departure will be now mean that AC Milan are likely to keep former Manchester City striker Robinho, as they will be left without any quality forwards in the team apart from Antonio Cassano.

"I wanted to thank PSG and [sporting director] Leonardo for their work, they made the impossible possible. This is another step in my career, another dream that has come true. This has been a massive thing in the media, people chasing me in my home. This is not normal, I will chase them back. I have come to a dream team that will progress. I want to be a part of the future, of the history of this club. I'm only thinking about what's ahead," said Ibrahimovic.