Zlatan Ibrahimovic has not yet decided the future of his football career after being eliminated with the LA Galaxy in the semifinals of the MLS Western Conference, the Swedish striker hinted at his possible departure from the American club and his return to European football has gained strength. Serie A raised his hand and at least three teams sounded like a possible target for the striker, including AC Milan, a club he belongs to from 2010 to 2012.
Opinions began to emerge after knowing this, one of them was the world champion and former champion of Milan, Paolo Rossi, who spoke about Gazzetta dello Sport, made it clear that he did not believe that Rossoneri's problems could be solved with the arrival of Zlatan.
] "I don't know if he is likely to return. He is a player who has had an outstanding career but cannot solve Milan's problems ," he said.
"They put a patch in the hole, but the water comes out of many others. It won't be a useful investment for the future, but for the next six months. So what's the use? Yes, you can give
Don Garber says Zlatan is back in Milan [1
9659006] During the week, American League President Don Garber said that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is on his way to sign with the Italian team but later journalist Aves Galarsep specified that the MLS commissioner had never made these statements
Ibra's numbers in Milan
Zlatan had a big step up for the Rossoneri team, a team of two years, played 85 games and scored 56 goals, plus 24 assists. Ibra was a very important player for the Italian team as he helped the team to be crowned during the 2011/12 campaign.