Ibrahimovic set to extend AC Milan contract

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 39-year-old but he remains as lethal as even in front of the goal.

39 years old and not feeling them at all. Zlatan Ibrahimovic seen yesterday in the Derby della Madonnina won by AC Milan is a player still in exemplary form and lethal in front of the goal.

It is no coincidence that there are already talks of a possible contract renewal for Ibrahimovic whose current agreement with AC Milan expires in June 2021.

The opening comes directly from technical director Paolo Maldini, who yesterday in the pre-match press conference admitted that he wanted to address the question shortly: “The renewal of Donnarumma? We will talk to him, but there is not only him. We also need to talk to Calhanoglu and then there is also Ibrahimovic. We want to keep the best here, then we have to see if we will succeed”.

In short, as also reported by Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it), the priority of Maldini and company remains the extension of Donnarumma’s contract, perhaps the thorniest case of all. But with Mino Raiola they will also discuss about the future of Ibra, who yesterday showed he still has a lot to give to Milan.

The Swedish champion will turn 40 next year but he has absolutely no desire to hang up his boots. AC Milan will look for an agreement that is convenient for everyone and secure the services of their center forward until the end of his career.

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