MN: Ibrahimovic will leave Milan as a legend and with the club in a better place

By Oliver Fisher -

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will bid farewell to the AC Milan fans tomorrow night at San Siro and it will certainly be an evening full of emotion.

As MilanNews writes, Ibrahimovic will leave the Rossoneri as a two-time Italian Champion and a winner of the Supercoppa Italiana but perhaps above all as the one who has helped to revive the Rossoneri over the last three years, restoring mentality and dignity.

Tomorrow evening the chapter will close and Ibrahimovic – at the end of the match against Hellas Verona – will say goodbye the fans for the last time at San Siro, of which over 70,000 are expected.

In his first spell at Milan, Zlatan amassed a total of 57 goals in 85 appearances with some unforgettable strikes, but it is the Swede’s second act that will perhaps go down as the most important.

Back on December 27 of 2019, the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the Rossoneri marked the sporting rebirth of a club that seemed destined to remain in a frustrating limbo for a long time.

The cycle started with the now infamous 5-0 defeat away against Atalanta and tomorrow it will close. His team-mates will lose a figure many have called an ‘older brother’, and this has led Zlatan to perform more and more, to ‘feel young’ as he often said.

After the 4-2 comeback victory against Juventus in 2019-20 he joked that with him available from the start of the season Milan would win the Scudetto. He kept his word and the Diavolo hoisted the title last season, the culmination of a path that Ibra helped guide the young team down.

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  1. noway we will let him leave how why?? sad… 🙁 he wanted to stay and continue.. 🙁 he can still contribute alot next season when is getting 100% now… he would be a great 3/4th striker atleast..

    1. wtf? Next season? The dude will step on the pitch and be out for 8 months again.. Face reality.
      Ibras time has passed. He was a titan but time catches us all

    2. When getting 100%… he won’t. His physique has deteriorated badly and won’t getting better. He is too injury prone now that slight bump can give muscle injury.

      Loved him and I actually rate him as one of the best in term of influence Milan and will forever grateful for his second stint here, but his time as active striker is over.

  2. His impact is immeasurable. I’d hope he’d stay on in management, and play every now and then if he wanted (with pay being per game played). But I’d rather he go into management. Let him stay.

  3. This man is crazy. Winning scudetto in 39 years of age with a squad prepared only for top 4 finish. Even Ronaldo could not do it in Saudi, and Messi is too coward to take challenge. The amount of mentality he brought to this team is beyond expectation. He is my Greatest Of All Time, he came in during the hardest time, and he changed everything.

  4. Definitely yes. The different mentality ibra VS CR7 and Messi is that Ibra take the responsibility, take the challenge for dignity the club he loved. For sure. Thanks bro Ibra. See you in next chapter.

  5. Thanks for everything Ibra. Every Milan fan knows you were one of the major catalysts for the scudetto and without you it wouldn’t happen. You are THE GOAT.. A legend Milan will never forget. You brought us back to Glory! Grazie Zlatan! Best wishes and good luck to you on your next endeavors.

  6. This is the real GOAT! Others are just very good footballers and that all. ZIbra is a personality, a principality, a force/power to recon with.
    We’ll all wait to see who will take up this mantel in the world of Football.

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