Before Zlatan Ibrahimovic, European football saw many cases of players returning to the old club when they were no longer at their best. Unable to find a place in Barcelona, Ibrahimovic landed at AC Milan on a loan deal in 2010.
The Swedish striker immediately shone to help the Rossoneri win the Serie A championship in the 2010/11 season. Sublimated play, but he only attached to the San Siro for another season, before being sold to PSG. After 8 years with 3 different clubs, “Mr Scudetto” has agreed to return to Milan.
At the end of 2011, Thierry Henry returned to Arsenal to practice to maintain his form when the MLS tournament was on holiday. Despite being old, “Titi” still conquered coach Arsene Wenger with professional attitude and high-level handling phase as the peak time.
Therefore, the “Professor” borrowed the French striker for 2 months as an alternative to Gervinho, Chamakh was injured. In a short time wearing “Gunners”, Henry left a mark with 2 goals after 7 appearances.
After the Champions League in 2011/12 season, Didier Drogba decided to break up Chelsea to switch to playing football in China. In the summer of 2014, he returned to Stamford Bridge at the call of coach Jose Mourinho.
Here, he continues to add to the collection of trophies to add 1 Premier League title and 1 League Cup. In the 2014/15 season, Drogba made 40 appearances and scored 7 goals in all competitions.
Atletico Madrid was the launch pad for Fernando Torres to Liverpool, where he rose to become one of the top Premier League strikers. After a period of unsuccessful competition at Chelsea and Milan, the Spanish striker was welcomed by Rojiblancos in 2014.
An impressive performance in Wayne Rooney’s Everton shirt forced Man Utd to spend a large amount of money to own him in 2004. After 13 years of the peak and conquering most glory with Man Utd, the English striker He wanted to return to the Merseyside club and was coached by Jose Mourinho.