Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s future with AC Milan is yet to be decided, as the Swede’s contract will expire at the end of the season. However, based on the most recent developments, it seems his exit could be inevitable.
According to SempreMilan.com’s information, there was a heated confrontation between Ibrahimovic and CEO Ivan Gazidis at Milanello today. The latter stepped foot at the training ground for the first time in a long while.
During the meeting with the squad, they both raised their voices as the 38-year-old attacked the former Arsenal director for being too distant, also criticising him for how he handled the salary cut dispute.
Ibrahimovic had hoped to meet Gazidis during these months, but this never happened. Therefore, as soon as the CEO arrived today, the Swede’s mood quickly shifted. The confrontation began almost immediately and lasted for a few minutes.
Part of the squad witnessed the entire thing and as a result of this, Ibrahimovic’s exit could now be inevitable after just six months at the club.
Furthermore, Ibrahimovic wasn’t happy with the sacking of Zvone Boban, who convinced him to return to the club. Ever since the Croatian left, Paolo Maldini has been more distant as well, which was the first thing that triggered the striker.
Since his arrival in January, he has helped the Rossoneri recover from a very poor start, adding four goals and one assist to his name.