In recent weeks, various sources have suggested that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave AC Milan at the end of the season. However, when asked about the matter, the Swede shared a different picture of the situation.
The 38-year-old, whose contract with the Rossoneri will expire in the summer, spoke to Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet (via Fotbollskanalen.se) about his future. As expected, the whole situation is very uncertain.
“We’ll see, I don’t even know what I want, every day there is something new. Who could have predicted the Coronavirus?
“We just have to try to live and enjoy life, not worrying too much. I have a family to take care of, if they are well then I’m well,” he concluded.
Zvone Boban, who was one of the men that convinced Ibrahimovic to join Milan, has been sacked by the club and Paolo Maldini could also leave. Therefore, with the Rossoneri heading for the umpteenth revolution, the speculation is justified.
Then again, Ibrahimovic isn’t a man who usually makes rash decisions. Considering the impact he has had so far this season, it would be nice to see him finish his career in the red and black shirt. Once the Coronavirus outbreak is over, we will know more.