Zlatan Ibrahimovic talked about his future at the end of Udinese-Milan. The Swede will renew with the Rossoneri, otherwise he will retire.
Once again Zlatan Ibrahimovic proved why he is AC Milan’s most important player. Against a traditionally difficult opponent, the Swedish giant decided the match with a fantastic bicycle kick in the 83rd minute.
With today’s important victory away from San Siro AC Milan continue to lead the Serie A with 16 points, 4 more than Juventus. While Ibrahimovic leads the goalscoring charts with 7 goals in 4 league appearances.
In an interview with Sky Sport after the match against Udinese, Ibra talked about his future plans. “I expected the numbers I have done so far. Record of 6 goals in the first six days? I beat the Ibra of 10 years ago who was old… today he is young.
I thank my teammates. It’s true that I’m 39-years-old but I don’t think about it, I train well and I have top confidence. I have scored 23 goals since I joined Milan but I could have done better. I also missed a few penalties and chances. We are young, it’s my fault for raising the average age of the squad. They make me feel young, we work hard and the team has faith. We train well and we show it in matches.
Renewal? When I arrived Milan wanted a longer contract but I was honest with myself and I signed for 6 months. It was the same thing last summer. Let’s see how I am at the end of the year, I don’t want to force Milan to keep me. But if I continue like this, I will tell Paolo that if he doesn’t give me another year of contract I will retire (laughs)“.