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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hit out at Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola following his switch to AC Milan on loan.
The Sweden striker has joined the Rossoneri on a season-long deal from the Spanish side, after falling down the pecking order at the Camp Nou under Guardiola.
Ibrahimovic, 28, only moved to Barca last summer in a big-money deal from Inter Milan, but failed to set La Liga alight despite the expectation.
He will complete a €24million (£19.8m) move to the San Siro after his initial loan, but has revealed he does not know why Guardiola was so keen to see the back of him.
"Guardiola is the philosopher who has shattered my dream to play with Barcelona," Ibrahimovic said.
"When I enter a room Guardiola leaves, I don't know if he's scared of me or what. Speak to him, he's the one who has the problem. I don't know what it is.
"Right now I'm very happy because I'm going to Milan. In football everything can change in 24 hours. It's the end Guardiola wanted."
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Eric Abidal insists it never crossed his mind to quit football during his fight to recover from a liver transplant.
Santos forward Neymar is planning to move to Barcelona - but not until 2014 according to his own father.
Arsene Wenger is yet to rule out signing Thierry Henry but has refused to confirm Barcelona's David Villa is a target.
Oriol Romeu would welcome the signing of David Villa with open arms if the striker ends up moving to Stamford Bridge.
Neymar has ruled out the possibility of moving during the January transfer window.