Zlatan Ibrahimovic has two potential choices in terms of next club if he were to leave AC Milan, according to a report, but there are doubts about one of them.
A lot has been written about the future of the Swede in the press over the past week weeks, with some outlets claiming that he will end his second spell at Milan after just a few months.
Nonetheless, Vito Angele told us in his most recent exclusive that Ibrahimovic is more than open to discussing a renewal and that the decision will be down to whoever the next head coach is, which will likely be Ralf Rangnick – a man who prefers younger and more mobile strikers.
According to La Stampa (via MilanNews) though, Ibrahimovic’s adventure at Milan will end at the end of the season and there are two options on the table.
The first is a return to his home country to join Hammarby – the club he owns 25% of shares in – or a move to Bologna to join his friend Mihajlovic, with the latter currently the favourite.
However in a bizarre twist, Bologna chief scout Marco Di Vaio spoke out earlier on Tuesday admitting that he has not been impressed by Ibra since he returned to Serie A.
“I haven’t seen him in particularly good shape lately, then there’s also the economic aspect to consider,” he told ETV.
“At the moment, it [the transfer market] is not in our thoughts and there’s not much to look at.”