Milan announced the return of legendary footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The 38-year-old Swedish footballer returns to Europe for the first time since leaving the huge Manchester United and the Rosoneri seven years after leaving them. The wonderful striker said after the signing: “I will do anything to help the team get out of the situation this season.”
It’s official: Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns to the Milan football team. The Rosoneri announced on Friday that the 38-year-old Swedish striker has signed there until the end of the season. Zlatan will earn three million euros and get his number 11 back. Both sides will have the option to extend their contract another season. Zlatan said after the signing: “I’m returning to a club I respect and a city I love very much. I will fight with my teammates to change the situation the team has been in this season. I will do anything to make it happen.”
Ibrahimovic played in Milan from 2012-2010 (first season on loan from Barcelona and then purchased), scoring 42 goals in 61 appearances in the red-and-white uniform and winning the championship with her. He recently left the Los Angeles Galaxy after finishing one season with her.
Zlatan began his career in Swedish Malmo, from where he moved to Ajax and later played at Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, LA. Galaxy and of course Milan. He became one of the world’s greatest pioneers and also recorded 116 appearances in the Swedish national team, capturing 62 goals in national uniforms. He has won twice in the Dutch Championship, twice in the Italian Championship with Juventus (both of whom were subsequently eliminated), in three championships with Inter, in the Spanish Championship with Barcelona and also in the Italian Championship with Milan itself. With Paris Saint-Germain he has won four championships and with Manchester United won the European league. In addition, he was nominated for the Golden Ball 11 times and came in fourth place in 2013.