CM: Ibrahimovic like Galliani – he is the face of the Milan management

By Oliver Fisher -

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is now the public face of the AC Milan management, having been chosen to take to the stage in the last two press conferences held.

As Calciomercato.com write, Ibrahimovic was there on stage for the presentation of the new head coach, Paulo Fonseca just as he was a few days previously when he and Daniele Bonera launched the Milan Futuro project.

The Swede – who is officially an operating partner of RedBird Capital Partners and advisor to the Milan owners – gave an overview of the team and the mercato which you can read in full here.

The piece states that Zlatan resembled Adriano Galliani in the way that he answered questions with a certain firmness but also some humour. As CEO of Milan, Galliani bought Ibrahimovic from Barcelona in 2010, then sold him to Paris Saint Germain in 2012.

Ibra is an attentive and keen observer, and that means that even when he was still a player he will have been dialled in to the secrets and working methodology of one of the greatest directors in Italian football (current CEO of Monza), just as he also learns a lot from his mentor, Mino Raiola.

Today he is trying to put into practice what he has learned, but his public appearances at the key events over the past few weeks show that he is the one who will front up to the media.

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  1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
    He is still far away from worst Galliani version.
    Calling Morata “Mister X” is just a joke.

    Morata couldn’t score more than 11 goals in Serie A in four Scudetto years with Juventus and literally struggled in every team he played for.

    Zlatan’s job is to put💄 on a 🐖 and he is definitely losing his popularity amongst Milan fans because of that.

  2. This article from Calciomercato is lousy. We have no evidence that Zlatan has some decisional power within the management. He reportedly didn’t want Fonseca and yet he had to smile and announce him. He’s basically a mascot and in a trade-for-gain relationship with Gerry. He’s trading his likeness and supposed trust among the fans to give this management some credibility.

  3. Well he is a good face for this management then. A mercenary who never cared for anything else but money. He even betrayed his home club in Sweden.

  4. Maldini works with RedBird…. Good job, Paolo 👌 👌👌
    Ibra works with RedBird… get lost dumba*s Gerry slave! 🤬🤬🤬

  5. This is just 1st season ibra working in ACM management but ppl in sempre milan mocking him. Remember without ibra coming back as player this club will not get scudetto also pioli and paolo maldini will get sacked and get replaced by rangnick at the end of season.At that season ACM get gangbang 5-0 from atalanta after changing giampaolo the genious with pioli and ACM almost near relegation zone at december

  6. Conparing the vain, arrogant and inexperienced Ibra to Galliani is the greatest insult to Galliani.
    Ibra is not even fit to tie his shoelaces insofar as management is concerned. The comic events of milan’s transfer srory this summer shows how weak, clumsy and ridiculous ibra and friends can be!!!!

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