Zlatan Ibrahimovic Set To Leave AC Milan At The End Of This Season
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Ibrahimovic re-joined Milan back in January and has scored four goals in 11 games since his San Siro comeback.
However, Sky Sports Italia per Football Italia have reported the Swede's contract is up at the end of this season and it's unlikely he'll be offered a new deal.
His deal is expected to expire on August 31 with a move to Hammarby looking likely.
The 38-year-old owns part of the club and trained with them while back in Sweden during the coronavirus lockdown.
Ibrahimovic suffered a calf injury during football's suspension but made a return to action in a 2-2 draw with SPAL on Wednesday night.
It's likely to be the final chapter of a storied career which has seen Ibrahimovic win a slew of trophies.
Former Paris Saint-Germain teammate Jeremy Menez recently explained the impact Ibrahimovic had during his stint in France.
"I always got along well with him and his words motivate you to give your all, train at your best," he told Stats Perform News per Goal.
"I never had any problem with him. Such a player pushes you to improve all the time. He always wants to win. He goes out every day to train well and win it all.
"I thank him because playing with players like him makes you grow as a professional and as a man."
Ibrahimovic has referred to himself as 'God' in past changing rooms and Menez explained it's a fascinating insight into his personality.
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"It is a joke because he is like that. I smile at that because this is Ibra. It represents his career," Menez said.
"He is like that. Despite all the words he can say, he then proves it on the pitch. What can you say against him? He always made his clubs win, wherever he went. What can you say against him? I leave him be and say all he wants."
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