Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made his stance clear regarding a potential stay at Milan beyond the summer, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com claims that the Swede, as per agreements with Milan, will return to Italy on Wednesday to continue his recovery from a calf injury suffered during training on 25 May.
In recemt days he has chosen to stay close to family and friends, to rest, to manage his energy and to do physiotherapy, while tomorrow he will take tests to understand the full extent of the problem.
Zlatan’s goal is to make himself available for the match against Roma on 28 June, but the Rossoneri do not want to risk possible relapses amid a busy schedule for the resumption of the season.
The report adds that Ibrahimovic has clear ideas regarding his future, and his desire is to continue playing, but he wants to feel like a protagonist again and doesn’t want to be a burden.
If he cannot do that with Milan – the club to which he is tied by an intense love – he will look for the best conditions elsewhere, but for the time being there are no concrete signals from the Rossoneri management.
It is no mystery that Ralf Rangnick does not consider him a priority, but it will likely all depend on a meeting with CEO Ivan Gazidis. Either way, Zlatan believes he still has a lot to give to Milan.
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