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But Boca board member Jorge Anro claims Ibrahimovic's interest in a move to the Bombonera is real and insists a deal remains a possibility.
The former Juventus, Barcelona and Manchester United striker has spent the past 18 months in the United States, scoring 50 MLS goals.
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"It is true that Ibrahimovic wants to play for Boca and it is true that we are in a position to bring him in," Anro told Mundo Boca Radio, as quoted by AS.
"The club is in a very good moment institutionally. It is so good financially that it can afford those luxuries.
"We would be able to pay Zlatan's contract."
Boca made a splash in July when they lured Roma great Daniele De Rossi to Buenos Aires on a free transfer.
Ibrahimovic is contracted to Galaxy for the rest of the 2019 MLS season.