Does Ibra stay in Milan or move out?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s future is still a puzzle. He can stay at AC Milan and maybe just move to another club.

The former Paris Saint-Germain striker is now 38 years old. In early January 2020, Ibra decided to return to the arms of his former club, AC Milan. The performance is quite good. Of the 10 appearances, the former Barcelona managed to score four goals in between.

However, the competition was postponed since 9 April following the Corona outbreak that never died down in the Land of Spaghetti. Ibra also must follow the appeal of medical experts by conducting an independent quarantine at his home.

However, speculation about the player’s future is still being discussed by Italian media. Ibra himself is under contract at Milan until the end of the 2019/20 season. There is another contract extension option, but will he stay at the San Siro?

Ibra did not rule out this possibility, but he could also have left his former club. In fact, the hanging shoe option can also be realized. It’s just that the choice has not been made because no one knows what can happen in the future.

“Let’s wait and see. I do not even know what I want. There are new things happening every day. Who can predict this corona?” said Ibra to Svenska Dagbladet via Goal International.

Speaking of Coronavirus, Ibra is not too worried, especially his family is in good condition.

“We just need to try to live and enjoy life. Don’t worry too much, I have a family to take care of, they feel fine so I feel good. ”

Furthermore, the former Manchester United star also strongly supports the Government’s decision to postpone the Italian Serie A competition for a while. There is no sport that is more important than everyone’s safety and lives.

“Life is more important than any sport. I’m not worried about corona. I think it will be resolved, we only need to wait until the experts know what to do, “he concluded.

The plan, the new Italian Serie A itself will be rolled back at the end of May 2020. Even then, if the situation getting better.

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