MN: Milan-Atalanta could be the last game at San Siro for Ibrahimovic

By Isak Möller -

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is nearing the end of his career, at the age of 40, and he could get the perfect ending to his second Milan spell with the Scudetto. Tomorrow, he could play his last game at San Siro. 

The striker first played for Milan between 2010 and 2012, returning to the club eight years later. Although he has suffered more injuries during his second spell, his importance for the club has been undeniable.

As highlighted by MilanNews, Ibrahimovic could play his last game at the San Siro tomorrow, with Milan taking on Atalanta in the penultimate round. And with the Scudetto in their hands, it could be the perfect ending for his career.

A Scudetto win, indeed, will most likely mean retirement for Ibrahimovic as he would have seen the goal through. Hopefully, he will get a worthy potential send-off at San Siro tomorrow, with it being a sold-out game and all.

Tags AC Milan Atalanta Zlatan Ibrahimovic

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  1. Remember how fans kept saying Ibrahimovic was like a god when he returned to Milan (basically treating him as an idol or a savior)? then what happened… Injury!

    Hope you all learned a lesson, not to compare man with God even as a joke. God is not mocked. We are the creation and YHWH is the Creator. When we humble ourselves, we will be exalted, but have pride and we will be shown our place.

    1. Dwayne you Are the stupidest I have ever seen in my entire life, you need a huge therapy, you are dangerous to yourself, family and community…you need serious help!!!!!

  2. Dwayne you Are the stupidest I have ever seen in my entire life, you need a huge therapy, you are dangerous to yourself, family and community…you need serious help!!!!!

    1. He is no God,just a special being…I really do appreciate all his efforts and sacrifices to make sure we are where we are today…will really miss him though…Thanks ibrakadabra.

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