Zlatan Ibrahimovic faces a far from certain future at AC Milan given the likely farewells of Zvonimir Boban and Paolo Maldini.
The Swede officially secured his return to Milan in January eight years after leaving the club for Paris Saint-Germain, but his contract only runs until June.
As Tuttosport writes on Wednesday (via MilanLive), there are already three sensational potential options at the window for Ibrahimovic should he wish to continue playing but elsewhere.
At this point, his retirement is not to be excluded of course given he will turn 39 this year, but a move to Hammarby – where he is now a shareholder – could be an option.
In addition to this there is the hypothesis of a possible stay in Lombardy with AC Monza, the club owned by Silvio Berlusconi and currently on the verge of promotion to Serie B.
There would be no economic problems on the part of Berlusconi and Ibrahimovic, for his part, could continue to live in Milan. It does not end there though: Inter – the newspaper concludes – may also be in the market for an experienced striker this summer.