There is a ‘perplexity and a growing nervousness’ surrounding the future of AC Milan heading into the summer, according to a report.
This has, of course, been summarised perfectly by the sacking of Zvonimir Boban over the weekend after comments he made claiming Gazidis went behind the back of the directors to agree a deal with Ralf Rangnick.
The uncertainty extends to Ibrahimovic too, who has had a big impact since his official return to the club in January but as it stands is set to leave the club in June when his deal expires.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calciomercato.com), the 38-year-old is irritated by things that are happening off the field at Milan and the distraction that is providing as the team look to complete the season in the best way possible.
The outlet claims that there is an appreciation from the club for the contribution that the Swede is giving, but any decision on his future is postponed to the end of the season.
Ibra is not finding what he thought he would when he agreed to return to Milan, with Boban out of the door already and Paolo Maldini also likely to leave, as per multiple sources.