Zlatan Ibrahimovic agrees to stay in Milan. The Swedish player is asking for a salary increase. The CEO of Rossoneri will think about it.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic agrees to sign a new contract with Milan and stay in “Nerazzurri” for another year. MilanNews journalist Vito Angele shared the information on his Twitter page, writing that the situation with the 38-year-old forward has changed after it became known that Milan head coach Stefano Pioli remains in office.
Also, the famous Italian sports journalist Niccolo Scira writes that in exchange for a new, one-year contract, Ibra is asking the leaders of Milan for 6 million euros. He also reports that the Milan chef does not want to pay more than 4 million to Sweden.
As it turns out, Pioli and technical director Paolo Maldini are also trying to persuade CEO Ivan Gazidis to extend the contract for Ibra.
Recall that Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to Milan in the winter. In 16 Serie A games this season, he has scored seven goals and made four assists. Zlatan’s contract with Milan expires at the end of August.
Throughout his career, Zlatan has played for Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, PSG, Manchester Utd, and the Los Angeles Galaxy. In his 759 career matches, Ibra has 464 goals and 184 assists.