The hypothesis of Zlatan Ibrahimovic ending his career in Sweden is becoming increasingly likely, according to a report.
The Swede is under contract with Milan until the end of the season and there has been widespread speculation claiming that he will not remain under the probable new manager Ralf Rangnick.
However, we reported last week that if it were up to Rangnick – according to what has emerged from sources close to the German – Ibrahimovic (and Paolo Maldini) would remain.
Rangnick intends to start a project with young players, but he also wants players with experience and value in his team. However, of course, it must coincide with the thoughts of Gazidis.
According to SportMediaset (via MilanLive), the 38-year-old is working towards a full recovery ahead of SPAL-Milan on Wednesday night. The former PSG man was at Milanello on Monday and should be called up for the trip to Ferrera.
Regarding his future, the outlets reiterates that the player’s idea is to return to Sweden and play for Hammarby, the team of which he is a shareholder with approximately 25% of the shares.
Before leaving Milan however, Ibrahimovic’s will is to give everything for the Rossoneri shirt. He wants to leave by helping the team to reach the Europa League.