There are two hypotheses on the table for Zlatan Ibrahimovic when he hangs up his boots as a player, according to a report.
This morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) writes that Ibrahimovic is currently focused on working to get back on the field, but it is reasonable to expect that he is thinking about what he will do when he can no longer continue playing.
The Swede himself has admitted that he doesn’t want to end up as a player that offers little, and he understood that he can’t do everything he wants like he did 10-12 years ago. When he finishes playing there seem to be two options on the table at present.
The first is that he could become part of Enzo Raiola’s agency in an operational role, as the striker may opt to be a sort of recruiter who aims to convince the best young talents to become part of the group.
The second hypothesis is a potential future at Milan as a director alongside Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara or some kind of role in the management, with involvement in transfer market negotiations, or perhaps as a first team manager who is a go-between for the squad and those above.