Zlatan Ibrahimovic will remain at AC Milan for the foreseeable future but could finish his career in the USA playing Major League Soccer, according to his agent.
The Swedish striker, who joined Milan from Barcelona last summer following a season-long loan spell with the Rossoneri, has scored 18 goals for the club already this term.
His representative, Mino Raiola, says the 30-year-old will continue at Milan as long as he can maintain the level demanded by the Serie A.
However, the agent has not ruled out Ibrahimovic moving to the States later in his career.
He told GR Parlamento: "Ibrahimovic will end his career at AC Milan - at least his career playing at the highest level.
"AC Milan will be his last top European club.
"In the future I don't know. He could go to America. I don't see him in China and Russia would be difficult."
Speculation has surfaced of a rift between Ibrahimovic and Milan strike partner Alexandre Pato but Raiola has played down the rumours.
He added: "Zlatan has no problem with anyone. He has nothing against Pato or against others, these things are not true."