The Swedish striker opened a door as he left Rossonero. “If this is the situation, it is unlikely that I will be seen in Milan next season,” he said.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic doubt you will stay Milan if the team fails to change its situation for the next season, while insisting that neither he nor the club of the A series belong to the Europa League.
The Swede has scored six goals since his return to Serie A, after leaving the Los Angeles Galaxy of MLS, and collaborates with the team to gain access to a European place, although the options of reaching fourth place are almost impossible.
Milan is seventh with 49 units and can aspire to the Europa League to unseat Rome or Napoli, both with 51 units. However, Inter is in fourth place heading to the Champions League with 65 units with seven dates to go.
“Ibra plays to win something or stays at home,” Ibrahimovic told La Gazzetta dello Sport magazine Sportweek in an interview to be published this Saturday.
And then, ex-Inter and Juventus added: “Ibra was born to play soccer and continues to be the best soccer player. We will see how I feel in two months. We will also see what is happening with the club. If this is the situation, To be honest, you are unlikely to see me in Milan next season.
“Ibra is not a player in the Europa League and Milan is not a club that belongs to the Europa League,” he insisted.
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