Tuttosport: How Ibrahimovic is ‘dictating the agenda of the new Milan’

By Euan Burns -

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is enjoying increasing power at AC Milan in his new role and could soon be the major voice of authority when it comes to the direction of the club.

As has been reported by Tuttosport (via Milan News), the Swede could have a lot of power when it comes to the summer transfer window which was not originally expected when he became a special advisor between Milan and RedBird Capital Group.

He seems to have become Gerry Cardinale’s right-hand man, with the RedBird owner talking in the past about how Ibrahimovic is able to be his ‘man in Milan’, providing insight about the daily happenings at the club whilst being a figure that everyone respects.

Ibrahimovic is expected to have a lot of control this summer alongside Geoffrey Moncada when it comes to new signings in what is a very important window.

He has also put forward Jovan Kirovski for a management role which seems close to completion, and he will also have some sway over the future of Stefani Pioli and any potential replacement.

The responsibilities that he has make him a powerful figure in Milan’s future, and his job title is now something of a mystery.

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  1. Acmilan should replace Pioli with Thiago Motta that coach is the best for Acmilan or we get Julian Negelsman as alternative

    1. It’s delusional only if no other clubs offer that to Camarda. A lot depends on how convincing our management’s arguments are but ultimately we cannot compete on salaries with M.U. and other top PL clubs.

      It’s obvious that the agent is pushing him away from Milan, but whether the end goal is another Italian club or a foreign one, time will tell.

      Raiola got Pogba to Juve on a 2 mill salary and had a clause of getting a high percentage of the profit which ultimately ended in him making 25-35 mill when Pogba was sold back to United.

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