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AC Milan have practically completed that signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer but are awaiting for UEFA’s ruling on the FFP breach.
Even on the day of the decisive match against Lazio in the race for a place in Champions League Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains the main topic of discussion. Coach Gennaro Gattuso is the latest to reference the potential signing of Ibra in yesterday’s press conference stating that the Rossoneri would welcome him with open arms.
AC Milan have reportedly closed the arrival of their former star but are awaiting UEFA’s ruling before officially completing the transfer. The giant Swedish striker should arrive at San Siro on a 18 month contract. Today’s edition of Il Corriere della Sera provides new information on this front.
Ibrahimovic will join his former club in early January 2019. After the fruitful negotiations between sporting director Leonardo and agent Mino Raiola, Iba should earn around 2.5 million euros for the first six months and 4 million for the upcoming season. Very affordable figures for the Rossoneri club.
Someone speculated that Ibrahimovic’s return to Milan would fail because of UEFA and the upcoming sanctions to be announced in December as punishment for failure to comply with the Financial Fair Play rules in the last three years. But that’s not the case.
In fact, limitations on the squad list for Europa League games and restraints on the transfer market are not excluded but UEFA will not oppose Zlatan’s signing. The Swedish striker will arrive at no cost from Los Angeles Galaxy (a free agent signing) and will earn a normal salary. Certainly not exaggerated as to endanger the financial balance and the salary cap limits of Milan.