Ibrahimovic advised to stay at AC Milan until retirement

Silvio Berlusconi, the former President of AC Milan, also spoke about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract at the San Siro, which will expire in the summer. Berlusconi also shared his wish that Ibra would stay until he retires.

As is known, the famous Swedish striker has indeed decided to return to AC Milan’s embrace since January 2020. At that time, he was on a free transfer after his contract with LA Galaxy officially ended.

Given the age that is no longer young, AC Milan did not want to take risks, so at that time they only sent a six-month contract for Ibra.

But who would have thought, at the age of 39, Ibrahimovic appeared so impressive that he succeeded in bringing Milan up from adversity. As a result at the end of the season, the Rossoneri management extended the player’s contract which will last until the end of this season.

Meanwhile, in the 2020/21 season, Ibra is still continuing his impressive performance even though he will soon be 40 years old. But of course the question is about the player’s contract which will expire in the summer.

Ibra himself is reportedly ready to hold negotiations with AC Milan regarding a new contract, but recently there has also been news that the player is interested in joining Silvio Berlusconi’s Serie A promotion team, Monza.

Regarding that, Silvio Berlusconi who is the former president of AC Milan advised Ibra to stay at the San Siro, and end his beautiful career there.

“I think Ibra should end his wonderful career at the highest level and I advise him to do it in Milan,” Berlusconi told Sky Sport Italia.

Regarding the development of his former club, Berlusconi insisted that he would continue to support AC Milan, but on the one hand he also supported Inter Milan when facing other teams.

“Over the last two or three months I have watched some of Inter’s games and found myself, as a Milanese, supporting the Nerazzurri.”

“I like Inter and hope they get good results. Because of that, obviously in the derby I will only support Milan. ” said Berlusconi.

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