Zlatan Ibrahimovic would have agreed with his Milanese officials for a new lease.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to play well until he is 40, and he should do so in the AC Milan shirt. According to the site Tuttosport, the question of its future has just been sealed. The swedish striker has reportedly agreed with rossonerri executives to stave off his one-year stay at San Siro. A perfectly deserved extension in view of the performance he has displayed with this club since he joined it a little over a year ago. In 44 games played, he scored 28 goals.
Ibra in the footsteps of Maldini
Ibrahimovic will not be the first player to play for Milan having passed the spring forty. Previously, Paolo Maldini, who is currently its sports director, had known this honor. Alessandro Costacurta had also pushed this far. However, the former Parisian is not the oldest player in Serie A in activity. This label goes to Gianluigi Buffon, the last bulwark of Juve.
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