Twenty-four hours ago, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38 but still so alert on a pitch, hinted on social networks that he would like to continue his career with AC Milan beyond August 31, the date of the end of his contract. Always so zlatan in his words, he published on his Instagram account a video that leaves no room for uncertainty. " Do you think I'm finished, that my career is soon over?" You don't know me, I had to fight my whole life. No one believed in me, so I had to believe in myself. Some people wanted to break me, but they only made me stronger. Others wanted to take advantage of me, they made me smarter. And now you think I'm done? "
Ibrahimovic's 6 best goals for AC Milan
As such, the Swede strongly hopes for a one-year extension with the Rossoneri. He would even be prepared to lower his salary. In any case, this is what La Gazzetta dello Sport seems to advance . It must be said that since the resumption of Serie A following the pandemic linked to Covid-19, AC Milan has not lost a single match (seven wins and four draws). With two days of the league remaining, Stefano Pioli's team, which has recently returned to the bench, is even battling AS Roma and Napoli for a Europa League ticket. Zlatan has scored 8 goals in 18 matches. So many assets that could plead in its favor. It remains to convince the Milanese leaders.
Between 4 and 4.5 million euros for 2020-21?
According to Italian media, the former star of Paris-SG would currently receive 3 million euros and we would talk about 4 to 4.5 million for the following season, in the event of an extension. It is on this last point that Ibrahimovic would be ready to make an effort. Remember that at the beginning of the 2010s, when he wore the AC Milan jersey for the first time for two seasons (from 2010 to 2012), his emoluments were 9 million euros per season ...
#Gigio e #Zlatan, summit con #Raiola: dalla città a #Pioli, tutti i motivi per dire sì al # Milan # calciomercatohttps: //t.co/nBShAQVYZo#serieA#premium- LaGazzettadelloSport (@Gazzetta_it) July 27, 2020
- Juventus: five key dates in the title conquest