Oguchi Onyewu gets in practice scuffle
Team vice president Adriano Galliani, speaking with SkySport24 TV, described the fight as "very lively" but said both players have resolved their differences. He didn't say what sparked the brawl.
Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport newspaper, however, reported things got heated after Onweyu reacted to a reckless tackle from Ibrahimovic by choking the Milan forward. The U.S. defender and the Swedish forward then came to blows during the scrimmage and had to be separated by teammates and Milan staff, according to the Italian news agency ANSA.
Onyewu missed most of Milan's 2009-10 season due to a serious knee injury, making just one appearance before rupturing the patellar tendon in his left knee during a World Cup qualifier when playing for the United States against Costa Rica.
His contract had two years left to run, but fit-again Onyewu requested a further year and told the club he would play for free.
AC Milan was training at its Milanello field ahead of Sunday's away match with Bari.
Information from ESPNSoccernet and The Associated Press was used in this report.