Ibrahimović agreed with AC Milan on a new contract

Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimović should continue to play for AC Milan. According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the 38-year-old star has agreed with the Italian club on a new annual contract, thanks to which he will earn seven million euros (183 million crowns).

Negotiations on the contract dragged on, Ibrahimović allegedly refused a contract with bonuses for the number of goals scored and matches played. “Ibrahimović is a priority for us,” said AC sports director Paolo Maldini.

The Swedish gunner returned to Milan in the winter and 10 goals in 18 league matches helped the team from eleventh to final sixth place in the table. He joined AC from 2010 to 2012 and in 2011 helped him to the last championship title.

In the past, he has also had success with Inter Milan, Juventus, Barcelona, ​​Paris St. Germain, Manchester United and Ajax. Before returning to Milan, he spent two years in the overseas MLS league, wearing a Los Angeles Galaxy jersey



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