Agent Mino Raiola has held talks with CEO Ivan Gazidis over AC Milan’s plans for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to a report.
Ibrahimovic’s future at Milan appears to be very uncertain, but the are growing reports that a separation between the parties at the end of the season is highly likely.
As Calciomercato.com notes, the Swedish champion does not want to leave any stone unturned, and his goal is to demonstrate to Milan that he still deserves the salary which was agreed upon back in December.
The report adds that it is ‘very unlikely’ to imagine Ibrahimovic staying at Milan, and agent has had a telephone contact with Ivan Gazidis to start becoming aware of the plans of the Rossoneri CEO in view of the next season and the plans for Zlatan.
The parties have not reached a final decision, and a new meeting is expected in the next few days to get a more precise picture. Meanwhile Raiola continues to look around, and if any Serie A clubs came forward then the 38-year-old could be tempted to play a final season in Serie A.
In Sweden, however, they are convinced that the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be at Hammarby, the club he co-owns and has trained with over the past few weeks.
Raiola was initially opposed, but is changing his mind and is moving towards the approval of this destination. For the former PSG striker, the Stockholm club could be the ideal solution because it would allow him to remain closer to his family and give ‘his’ club the chance to compete for the title.