Zlatan Ibrahimovic has four ‘dreams’ that he wants to try and achieve before his playing career ends, according to a report.
Tuttosport (via MilanNews) dedicates an article to the Swede this morning which discusses how he wants to leave his mark on Milan and on football in general before he decides to hang up his boots for good.
The first dream that the 39-year-old has is the Scudetto. When Maldini and Boban managed to convince him to return, everyone’s intention was to try to bring Milan back to the Champions League. Ibra however had another target in mind: “If I had arrived earlier, we would have won the Scudetto,” – and he is keeping his word.
With him in the team since the beginning of the season, in fact, the Rossoneri are at the top of the table and in a fight for the title. The paper adds how he has another desire to satisfy: winning the Capocannoniere (Serie A top scorer) at 40, and he is also well and truly fighting for that.
The fans hope he will stay at least for another year, especially if Milan return to the Champions League. If Ibrahimovic’s body holds up then he will renew and play in the tournament once again with Milan.
Finally, he also wants to return to the national team. Playing in the upcoming European Championships as a protagonist is an idea that teases him a lot.