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The transfer window: Maldini confirms, Ibrahimovic should play at Milan until 40


Ibrahimovic almost extended to AC Milan, Nzonzi who would like to stay in Rennes or Luca Zidane who opens the door to OM: find all the information about the football transfer window for this Sunday, April 11, 2021.

AC Milan: Ibrahimovic "very close" to extend according to Maldini

The days go by and Paolo Maldini, sporting director of AC Milan, wants to be more and more optimistic about the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Swedish striker was still dominant in his team's victory in Parma on Saturday (1-2), despite his red card received on time. Before the meeting, Maldini was asked about the imminent contract extension of 'Ibrahimovic.

"Yes, it's just a matter of small details," Maldini told

Sky Sport Italia



We are very close to a renewal. ”

Ibrahimovic, who turns 40 next October, has scored 15 goals in 17 Serie A appearances this season.

AC Milan is second to Inter in the standings with eight points behind and seems to be on course to stay in the top 4, and thus replay the Champions League next season.

Ibrahimovic's 6 best goals for AC Milan

Rennes: Nzonzi says he is "in total vagueness"

If he believes that there have been “ups and downs” in his season, Steven Nzonzi remains an executive and holder of Stade Rennais, 8th in Ligue 1 in the fight for European places.

But the defensive midfielder (32 years old) has no idea where he will play in six months, he who has been loaned to Rennes by AS Roma since January 2020. “It is true that today I am in the total vagueness, confided Nzonzi to our colleagues from the newspaper



I'm on loan, I will have one year of contract with Roma, but it was a rather special club and situation there. "

The French world champion would be "astonished" to be recalled and kept by La Louve, and claims to feel "good" in Rennes and "in France."

“I've been abroad a lot and it's a club that works very well, which pleasantly surprised me,” concludes Nzonzi.

Barcelona: Dembélé has not yet discussed an extension

Returning to his best form in 2021, Ousmane Dembélé is thriving in Barcelona and in the France team, where he has regained a starting place.

But his future in club is always written in dotted lines.

The world champion winger (23 years old), who had almost signed for Manchester United last summer, will end his contract in June 2022. “I have not had any discussions with the club, recalled Dembélé in a interview with

beIN Sports


I'm good here (in Barcelona), I feel good.

We will see what will happen.

There is a new president.

A president that I saw, that I do not know too much, who made the history of Barça, who is close to the players.

We'll see."

This president is Joan Laporta, recently re-elected after a first term between 2003 and 2010. Last month, the Catalan daily


affirmed that extending Dembélé was Laporta's priority.

But last week,

Mundo Deportivo

evoked a concern about a file that drags on while 4 big clubs, including PSG, would be interested in Dembélé.

Dembélé's magnificent goal against Sevilla in the Copa del Rey semi-final return on March 3 (3-0)

It is agitated around Camara (Saint-Étienne)

Recruited in Martigues at the age of 16, Mahdi Camara has established himself as an indisputable holder at AS Saint-Étienne, where he even wore the captain's armband in Angers on March 13 (0-1).

If he extended his contract last year until 2024, several clubs "have already approached" the midfielder, reveals



In financial difficulty, ASSE will not be able to keep all of its players this summer, and Camara (22) is said to be among those with the highest market value.

The identity of the clubs concerned is not yet known.

Luca Zidane "would like" to play in Marseille

Trained at Real Madrid where his father ended his playing career before coaching there, Luca Zidane has never found his place with the Merengue, which he left last summer.

The 22-year-old goalkeeper has played 8 matches with Rayo Vallecano, 6th in Spanish D2, in the shadow of holder Stole Dimitrievski this season.

The former French U20 international, who has lived most of his life in Spain, has not forgotten France, however.

And especially his hometown, Marseille, where he does not rule out evolving if an opportunity arises.

“It's a historic club, one of the best in France, with a very demanding audience.

I would like to be able to play there one day ", replied the young Zidane to

Foot Mercato

, he who" regularly watches French football ".

Luca Zidane's best with Real Madrid first team (2018-2020)

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