News Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns for Milan

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns for Milan

News Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns for Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has spoken out on his future at Milan after scoring in a friendly for Hammarby, expressing a desire to play football for as long as he can.

As expected, Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to Italy and will now observe two weeks of self-isolation.

Ibrahimovic spent the first part of the coronavirus pandemic in his native Sweden, keeping himself fit as he trained with Hammarby.

Hammarby is the club the 38-year-old owns a 23.5 percent share in, and sporting director Jesper Jansson said ‘there’s a chance’ he could play for the side before he retired.

However, he touched down in Milan this evening ahead of a 14-day quarantine period.

Only after that can he check into Milanello for medical tests and individual training, although the Rossoneri may have resumed group work by then.

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