Zlatan Ibrahimovic has landed back in Italy from Sweden and will soon undergo tests to find out the extent of his calf injury.
The Swede was forced to withdraw from training early last week after overstretching his calf at Milanello, and while it was initially feared that he may have damaged his Achilles tendon, the club confirmed that was not the case.
He returned back to Sweden to rest and spend time with his family, but as ANSA note (via MilanNews) Ibrahimovic landed back in Italy around midday at Malpensa airport on a private flight.
He will take a medical exam on his injury in the next 48 hours, but not today. With his face hidden by a mask and sunglasses, the 38-year-old avoided the reporters to head home with a car made available by the club.
🛬 Zlatan is back in Milano!
— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) June 3, 2020