Looks like Zlatan Ibrahimovic ages like fine wine after all or doesn’t seem to age at all. Only such an explanation can corroborate the rumors that are swirling around Ibrahimovic’s reported contract extension at AC Milan. The Swede will turn forty years old this October, but apparently, he has no plans to retire anytime soon.
AC Milan are “confident” that an agreement will be reached soon with Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the extension of his contract.
The current one expires in two months, but AC Milan and Zlatan want to move forward together until June 2022. Ibra will be 40 y.o. in October. 🇸🇪 #ACMilan
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) April 5, 2021
WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR THE SWEDE
He will reportedly agree to a contract extension that will see him play at the San Siro until June 2022. Over the course of his career, he has played at footballing giants Barcelona, Juventus, Inter Milan, PSG, Manchester United, but it looks like he still has a lot to give on the pitch, or so it seems.
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC TO PLAY UNTIL 2022
The former LA Galaxy forward’s current contract with AC Milan expires at the end of this season, but the Swede and the 7-time European Cup winners have apparently reached an agreement to extend the contract length until the end of the next season.
As per Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, AC Milan are assured about Ibrahimovic putting pen to paper for a contract extension very soon.
WILL HE FEATURE AT QATAR 2022?
Zlatan recently made a comeback to the Swedish national team and will in all likelihood be playing at the European Championship this summer. But the question that comes to mind when one talks about Zlatan is this – will he feature for Sweden at the next World Cup. By the time the 2022 FIFA World Cup comes around, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will already be 41 years old.
But, if one looks at things as they currently stand, it will be no wonder if Zlatan extends his tenure at AC Milan beyond June 2022 and ends up playing for his national team at the World Cup in the Middle East. What one is sure of when it comes to anything related to the Swede, is this – expect the unexpected