There have been rumours in the media claiming that Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not get along with AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis, but a report has debunked that theory.
It was reported by MilanNews earlier in the month that Ibrahimovic’s relationship with Gazidis hasn’t taken off. When Zvone Boban was sacked, and Gazidis gave a speech before the Genoa clash and it was clear that the 38-year-old took sides with the Croatian.
Before the Boban-Gazidis feud, another season in the red and black shirt seemed like a certainty. Now, however, the situation is very different and there are rumours that the Swede could end his second spell with the Rossoneri after just a few months.
According to what is reported by Calciomercato.com though, the rumours of a bad relationship between Gazidis and Zlatan are a myth.
In fact, relations are neither bad nor good, because in recent months Ibrahimovic has spoken mainly with Boban and Maldini and rarely with Gazidis so therefore there is simply not a strong rapport, rather than a negative one.