‘Ibra is not a Europa League player’ – Zlatan on his future in Milan
The 38-year-old Milan striker has spoken about his future at the club. The Swedish player is not fascinated by the prospect of being the Europa League player.
AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken about his future at the Italian club. Recall that the 38-year-old Swedish player returned to Milan in January 2020 and signed a new contract until the end of the season. In the current season of Serie A, Ibra has played in 11 matches, scored five goals, and scored three assists.
“Ibra is playing for victories. Otherwise, he would have stayed at home. I was told that it would be too easy to end my career in the US and so I went back to Milan. I satisfy my desire here because I play almost for free. Then the situation with Coronavirus stopped everything. I thought it was a sign that it’s time to leave. Fortunately, we are back on the field.
Ibra was born to play football. Let’s see how I feel after two months. We will also see what happens at the club. If everything stays as it is now, you probably won’t see me in Milan next season. Ibra is not a Europa League player, and Milan is a club of this tournament.
I have to find out the future. I was told that this is not the big Milan I was playing for, but we have to do everything even in this situation. I don’t know if there will be another club after Milan, “said the Swedish striker.
Earlier, it was reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic could return home and continue his career in Hammarby, which he owns.
After 31 matches in the Italian championship, Milan has 49 points and is currently in 7th place in the tournament table.