Zlatan Ibrahimović suffers a serious injury and won’t be available at least for the next 7 to 8 months after undergoing knee surgery confirmed by AC Milan. He can soon retire from playing football as he is already 40 years old.
The Swedish striker recently won a Serie A title with AC Milan. Milan won the Serie A title for the first time in 11 years, Ibrahimović also being part of their last title in 2011. He contributed with eight goals and three assists during the campaign. After the final match against Sassuolo, Ibrahimović dedicated the title to his agent and friend, the late Mino Raiola who had died recently.
Zlatan suffered a left knee problem a month ago in April. At 40 years old Ibrahimovic’s body appears to be given upon him. His physical problems have prompted even Francesco Totti, who was dragged away from playing kicking and screaming, to suggest that the Swede should “listen to his body” before deciding to continue.
Ibrahimović contract with AC Milan
Zlatan Ibrahimović joined the AC Milan on 2 January 2020 for one season. The club extended his contract for one more season on 22 April 2021. Now his contract expires in one month. The player has to decide about his future soon.
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