The Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Milan striker, raised rumors about his future after he revealed his desire to learn something new about football from a different angle.
Ibrahimovic, 38, has a six-month contract with Milan, which will end next summer, amid Swedish press reports of his intention not to extend it, according to the Italian newspaper, “La Gazzetta dell Sport”.
Ibrahimovic had left Milan to return to his country after the suspension of Serie A MATCH because of the outbreak of the newly created coronavirus in Italy, which placed it at the top of the list of the countries most affected by it, after causing more than 17 thousand deaths and 139 thousand infections.
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According to Agence France-Presse, former Swedish coach Alexander Aksen, who became a television commentator, said about the future of Zlatan that he might play for the Swedish first-class Hammarby team, and Ibrahimovic has owned 25 percent of his shares since last November.
The agency added that Ibrahimovic, who was seen on Thursday in a training session for the Hammarby team, excluded this hypothesis in an interview published in the Swedish newspaper “Svenska Dagbladet” daily, stressing that the continuation of his football career will be off the field.
“I want to learn something new in football, but from a different angle,” Zlatan said. I will take them off the pitch, not on the field. ”
Troppa voglia di calcio: Ibrahimovic si allena con l’Hammarby 😍⚽https://t.co/Aa4IiKTqD0
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