AC Milan believe that their offer should be enough to land Zlatan Ibrahimovic as speculation over his future rumbles on.
It is seemingly no secret that the Swede is the Rossoneri’s primary target to help reinforce an attack which has scored just 13 times in the opening 14 games.
The offensive deficiencies were on full display on Sunday in the 1-0 victory against Parma as a number of big chances were wasted before defender Theo Hernandez took matters into his own hands to score a late winner.
Sporting director Ricky Massara spoke Sky Italia ahead of Milan’s 1-0 win over Parma and made the bold claim that there is no ongoing negotiation.
However, Monday’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it) believes that an offer has been made to Zlatan and that Milan are now waiting for his answer, which should arrive this week.
Carlo Pellegatti spoke in the Tiki Taka studio on Sunday night about the situation surrounding Ibrahimovic, and his words were transcribed by MilanNews.it.
“Milan have made an offer to Ibra that they consider to be fair,” he said.
“In via Aldo Rossi, they expect an answer, but what is worrying is that there have not yet been any signals from the player. Milan are convinced that it has made all possible efforts and they hope to present him on December 15 during the party at the Prince of Savoy to mark 120 years since foundation.
“Ibra would be an important purchase not only on a technical level.”