Milan fans can probably look forward to more Zlatan goals next season as well.
Eternal Zlatan Ibrahimovic (39) recently made a comeback on the Swedish national team, and there is little indication that the star striker is full of life as a top football player.
According to the Italian football website Tuttomercatoweb, the Swede is close to a new contract extension with AC Milan.
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Ibrahimovic and the Milan club are said to have in recent weeks negotiated an extension that applies until next season.
According to the same website, a new one-year contract will be announced shortly. Calciomercato journalist Daniele Longo has suggested the same via
L'annuncio può arrivare molto presto, probabilmente nel giro di 1 o 2 settimane https://t.co/EMIVZhvwlX— Daniele Longo (@86_longo) April 4, 2021
There are reportedly only a few details left on performance-oriented bonuses before the deal is completed.
Ibrahimovic has done very well at the San Siro since returning to Milan in January last year. Then he signed a short-term contract for the same season after playing for LA Galaxy in the USA.
In 2020, he accounted for eleven goals in 18 matches in Serie A and Coppa Italia in just over six months. This season, the good goal statistics continue with 17 goals in 24 games in all tournaments.
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If the information is correct, there are many indications that the Norwegian Milan profile Jens Petter Hauge (21) will still be joined by Ibrahimovic as a kind of Scandinavian mentor in the club.
After last season, it took a long time before it became clear that the 39-year-old continued this season with Milan. This year, it may seem that the “Rossoneri” supporters will receive good news well before the start of the season.
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