AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has undergone further checks on his calf injury ahead of a return to action, according to reports.
Gianluca Di Marzio among other sources is reporting that the Swede underwent a new MRI at the Columbus clinic in Milano, which showed a general improvement in the situation.
In the next few days the player will try to run in training to understand whether or not the injury is healing and whether there is a risk of re-aggravating it.
The 38-year-old suffered a soleus injury during a training match earlier in the month and it was expected that he could be out for four to five weeks after the first tests.
Now, Ibrahimovic could be available by the end of June, but no earlier than that. At the moment, the forward’s aim remains to be ready for Milan-Roma on June 28th, meaning he will definitely miss the game against Lecce on the 22nd.