Zlatan Ibrahimovic ultimately determines his future by moving closer to former club, AC Milan. Of course, this decision has been considered carefully by Ibra, especially he has many offers from a number of other clubs. Now, Ibra also promises to bring the Rossoneri to victory again as before.
The future of the 38-year-old player has become a puzzle, the article there are several clubs that expressed their interest in Ibra, once the player’s contract with LA Galaxy expires in December. A number of clubs such as Napoli, Bologna, Everton and AC Milan are believed to be ready to accommodate the famous Swedish striker.
AC Milan is said to be a strong candidate for the destination of the former Barcelona player, and sure enough on Saturday morning WIB (28/12), the Italian Serie A club confirmed the arrival of Ibrahimovic as their new signing. Ibrahimovic’s arrival was just waiting for the results of medical tests and administrative processes.
The plan, the former Paris Saint-Germain player will only undergo a medical test at the same time holding his inaugural training session at AC Milan on January 2, 2020. Of course Ibra’s presence at the San Siro is expected to boost the club’s performance.
As is known, Milan’s performance in Serie A this season is still sagging despite having changed allenatore from Marco Giampaolo to Stefano Pioli. Until the 17th week of the Italian Serie A, they are still scattered in 11th position in the standings, with only 21 points.
Related to this, Ibrahimovic promised to be able to bring AC Milan to rise and return to its former glory.
“I returned to the club that I really respect and to the city of Milan that I love. I will fight together with my team mates to change the direction of the club this season. I will do everything to make it happen,” said Ibrahimovic as quoted by Milan’s official website.
Ibra himself has previously strengthened AC Milan, precisely between the years 2010 to 2012. During two seasons in Milan uniformed, Ibrahimovic appeared 85 times by scoring 56 goals in all competitions. He was later sold to Paris Saint-Germain in the 2012 summer transfer market.