Zlatan Ibrahimovic has only been at AC Milan for just over a month, but already thoughts have turned towards his future beyond the summer.
The Swede confirmed his decision to re-join Milan at the end of December after having left nine years ago, and he has had the impact that most expected.
Up until Sunday’s 4-2 derby defeat to Inter, the Rossoneri had not lost any competitive game since his arrival back at San Siro, with the striker proving he can have an impact with both his ability and his mentality despite being 38 years of age.
Despite this, it is worth noting that Zlatan only rejoined on an initial six-month deal which will take us up until the summer, and Tuesday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calciomercato.com) takes stock of his future.
The paper claims that Milan will assess at the end of the season whether to gamble on a player who will turn 39 in October. Meanwhile Ibra, for his part, will also make his decision based on the club’s summer market.