Zlatan Ibrahimovic will reportedly leave AC Milan at the end of the season following the departure of chief football officer Zvonimir Boban.
Boban was key to Ibrahimovic moving to the Rossoneri, but was let go after a disagreement with club CEO Ivan Gazidis.
According to Sport Mediaset, the 38-year-old has made up his mind and will communicate this to the club hierarchy.
The Swede returned to the club he played for between 2010 and 2012 following the expiry of his contract with MLS side LA Galaxy.
He has since scored four goals in 10 appearances since his return in January, which is a fair return considering he did not start all matches.
Ibrahimovic is not short of suitors, with Napoli said to be keen on snapping him up he leaves Milan.
Napoli manager Gennaro Gattuso, whom he played with at AC Milan, is a huge admirer of the striker and might make a move.
Ibrahimovic though has plans of moving into management once he hangs his boots, and might do so at the end of the season.