There is currently still a distance between AC Milan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in terms of offer and request, we can reveal.
The Swede is Milan’s main target for the January transfer window, with the club’s owners Elliott Management desperate to fix both the goalscoring and leadership issues in one swoop.
A report from Sky Italia (as cited by Calciomercato.com) earlier on Sunday claimed that the Rossoneri are waiting for the final response from Ibrahimovic having made their best offer.
However, our mercato expert Vito Angele has offered an update suggesting that negotiations are ongoing as the 38-year-old’s requests are still higher than the offer on the table.
The former PSG man is apparently asking for €10m-a-year, while the current offer from Milan is for a six-month deal for €3m, with an extension at €6m for next season if the team were to perform a miracle and qualify for the Champions League.
There is still a gap between Milan and #Ibra: the Swede is asking for ten million a year. For now, Milan are offering a six-month, three-million contract plus an extension at six million in the case of qualification for the Champions League. @SempreMilanCom
— Vito Angelè (@VitoAngele) December 8, 2019