Zlatan Ibrahimovic could continue his playing career elsewhere, a report claims, but his second spell at AC Milan is all but over.
According to SportMediaset (via MilanLive), Ibrahimovic is in Sweden training at home like all his team-mates and prefers not to think about football, instead waiting for the Coronavirus emergency to end.
His contract expires on June 30 and although he only joined in January, the 38-year-old apparently already knows that his Rossoneri career is now the past.
It is unlikely that Ibra will remain at Milanello, given that he does not fit into the youth project the CEO Ivan Gazidis so desperately wants, which will possibly be led by Ralf Rangnick.
The hypothesis of a retirement from football played does not seem so absurd for the Swede, but he wants to wait for attractive proposals to arrive, and therefore perhaps to be able to continue playing and end his long career in a better way.
What is certain is that Ibrahimovic will not accept just any offer: it will have to be something that will stimulate him, even on a contractual level. The idea though of a renewal with Milan seems more and more unlikely by the day.