AC Milan have made a more substantial offer to Zlatan Ibrahimovic than other outlets are claiming, according to one report.
It is no secret that the 38-year-old is Milan’s main target for the January transfer window, but La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews.it) reported on Tuesday that the Rossoneri have made their maximum offer to the player.
The paper claimed that a total of €6m is on the table for an 18-month deal and they will not be raising it any more, despite other clubs offering a higher figure.
However, according to the latest from TMW – as cited by MilanNews.it – Milan are banking on signing Zlatan in the January window as they look to add leadership and firepower in equal measure.
For this reason, Zvonomir Boban and Paolo Maldini have already come forward and have done so with a serious proposal: €10million for the next 18 months – €4m higher than other outlets are reporting.
Now the ball passes to Ibrahimovic, who in recent weeks has also listened to attempts from Bologna, and at the moment the former PSG and Manchester United man is evaluating his options before deciding.
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