Bologna boss Sinisa Mihajlovic has claimed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not remain at AC Milan beyond the summer.
Ibrahimovic’s future at Milan appears to be very uncertain, but the are growing reports that a separation between the parties at the end of the season is highly likely.
A number of sources including Sky Italia and Calciomercato.com are claiming that the 38-year-old is most likely to end his second adventure with the Rossoneri after just a few months.
The possibility of ending his career at Hammarby seems to be gathering steam, and they are the team he owns 25% of the shares of and it would allow him to move back close to his family.
Now, Sinisa Mihajlovic has weighed in on the situation in an interview with Serbian TV, claiming he spoke to Ibra who confirmed he will not stay at Milan.
Bologna of course were heavily linked with the former PSG striker throughout December, and they could be and option for Zlatan.
“Ibrahimovic spoke to me few days ago. we will see what will be his decision in the summer. He won’t stay in Milano, the question is whether he will join us [Bologna] or return to Sweden,” Mihajlovic said.
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