In terms of all the strikers that AC Milan have had over the last decade, it would be fair to say that none have really come close to Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
However, the Swede – who has only been back at Milan for three-and-a-half months – faces an uncertain future once again. Zvonimir Boban’s dismissal and Paolo Maldini’s probable farewell at the end of the season could see him leave in June after just six months.
As La Gazzetta dello Sport points out (via Calciomercato.com), Zlatan is the best Milan striker of the decade, despite only having spent two and a half seasons at the club between his first spell (2010-2012) and these months.
Ibrahimovic has amassed 60 goals in 95 games at an average of a goal every 0.63 games – a pace nobody has matched since August 2010.
Behind Ibrahimovic on the scoring charts in the aforementioned period are Carlos Bacca and Giacomo Bonaventura, both of whom have 34, followed by Balotelli (33), Robinho (32), Cutrone (27), El Shaarawy (27), Pazzini (24), Suso (24) and Pato (22).