Veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could sign a contract with Italian giants Milan, which would keep him at San SIro past his 40th birthday.
The 39-year-old’s current deal expires at the end of the season, but his electric form in the 2020/21 campaign has convinced I Rossoneri that he can still be a match-winner for a while yet.
Recent reports, including from Fabrizio Romano, have suggested that Milan are set for talks with the player and his agent Mino Raiola in the near future to try and finalise the deal as soon as possible.
Based on this season’s evidence, it’s easy to see why coach Stefano Pioli and technical director Paolo Maldini want to keep him at the club for as long as possible. Ibrahimovic is an incredible leader on and off the pitch, and his arrival saw the rest of the team up their standards accordingly.
But he has surpassed all expectations with his impact in the final third too, scoring 14 goals in only 11 appearances this campaign. Those scintillating displays have catapulted Milan to the top of Serie A, and they are in with a shout of winning the scudetto for the first time since their last success in 2011. Continue reading
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