Zlatan Ibrahimovic will experience his last game as an AC Milan player tonight, and the numbers that he has racked up having been quite extraordinary.
As PianetaMilan write, Ibrahimovic will finish his Milan career with the current numbers that he is on because he will not be able to take to the field against Hellas Verona tonight due to a lingering calf problem.
He joined Milan for the first time in the summer of 2010, when Adriano Galliani signed him from Barcelona on a loan deal with an option to buy for €24m, which was exercised the next year.
The striker ended his first two years with the Diavolo on 56 goals and 24 assists in 86 matches across all competitions, winning the Scudetto and the Supercoppa Italiana in 2011 before moving to Paris Saint-Germain.
He stayed at PSG for a few years, before heading to Manchester United and then Los Angeles Galaxy, returning to Milan as a free agent in January 2020.
From there, the Swede racked up another 37 goals and 11 assists in 78 games played for Stefano Pioli’s side, who went on an upward journey thanks to Zlatan’s guidance which culminated in a return to the Champions League and the 2021-22 Scudetto.
Ultimately, Ibrahimovic says goodbye to Milan after five and a half seasons with 163 games played, 93 goals scored and 35 assists, with two Scudetti and one Supercoppa Italiana, plus of course the respect and adoration of every single fan.