Serie A TIM 7th-placed AC Milan likely to miss out on his main football star. That’s because Swede star Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to leave the Rossoneri side due to their almost certain lack of UEFA Champions League Football for the next season.
In an interview with the Italian newspaper ‘Gazzetta Dello Sport’, Zlatan said that he is not a player to play in the Europa League.
“I was born to play football and I’m still the best. Ibra either plays to win something or stays at home. I am not a Europa League player and Milan is not a Europa League club. Now I’m playing for free in Milan, just out of passion. Let’s see how I look in two months. I don’t know if there will be another club after Milan, I never close the doors, but I only go to a place where I want to, not to a place where words are worthless ”, said Ibrahimovic.
I always thought so funnily the way he speaks about himself on the third person. That’s a football player with a god complex.
It’s worth mentioning that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already 38, and his AC Milan contract goes until August this year.
And, as if it wasn’t enough, Zlatan brought even more polemic to his name. In addition to this statement, the Swede also said he does not know who the likely next AC Milan head coach is. He’s talking about RB Leipzig’s Ralf Rangnick, as he’s pointed as current Milan boss Stefano Pioli’s successor.
I mean, Rangnick is not a widely known name, and Zlatan is not obliged to know him. However, the Zlatan way is a little bit rude and may cause some future mayhem in case the Leipzig boss really becomes the next Milan coach.
Wearing Milan’s kit, the striker played 14 games, scored six goals, and recorded three assists. Although Ibra’s numbers are timid, after their arrival the team went up in production.