AC Milan considers not renewing Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract | The USA Print

Zlatan solo ha conseguido jugar en 4 partidos de la Serie A 2022/23.

Zlatan has only managed to play in 4 games in Serie A 2022/23.

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He AC Milan from Serie A he would be thinking of putting an end to his relationship with the historic Swedish attacker Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the end of the season. According to information provided by the Italian outlet FootMercato, the board of directors of the red and black team has decided not to renew the contract with the 41-year-old footballer, which expires in June.

The prolonged injury that the Swede suffered at the beginning of the season and from which he was only able to recover a few weeks ago, would be the reason for the decision, since the team is making a projection into the future and does not want to find surprises.

The also known as “Ibracadabra”, He is going through his second period at the club. After playing between 2010 and 2012, in 2019 and at the age of 38 he returned to the ranks of the Screwdrivers to set the following goalscoring marks in the last 3 years: 23 (2020), 19 (2021) and 18 (2022).

Zlatan recently became the oldest player to score for a Euro qualifier.

Milan warms up engines for 2023/24 with Brahim Díaz in their sights

AC Milan is already planning the chips that it wants to have available for the next campaign and one of them is that of the Spanish-Moroccan Brahim Diaz, who arrived on loan from Real Madrid in 2020/21.

The drawback would be that the white club is taking steps to repatriate Díaz, in order to fill the possible gap that Marco Asensio will leave, reported FootMercato.

Brahim Díaz has played in 25 of Milan’s 29 games in the local tournament, where he has managed to score 5 goals and 4 assists.

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