Zlatan Ibrahimovic is seriously considering playing for Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza next season, according to a report.
Ibrahimovic launched into a startling tirade earlier in the week stating that he is unlikely to remain at AC Milan because he is ‘practically playing for free’.
It is not the first time that Ibrahimovic has expressed displeasure at the running of the club, as there was a heated confrontation between Ibrahimovic and CEO Ivan Gazidis at Milanello last month.
As a result, Tuttosport (via MilanLive) confirms that he is almost certain to leave, but it may be a surprise club that he ends his career with.
It seems that the Swede is seriously considering joining Monza in Serie B. Going down to the second tier would not be a problem, as the important thing for the 38-year-old is to compete and win.
His statements say it all: “Galliani told me that my real Milan is 11 km from Milano. I like it, so a sports director thinks. He must be persistent, he must make you understand that he wants you at all costs.”
Ibrahimovic appears increasingly tempted by the idea of returning to work with Galliani and Berlusconi.