Sweden national team striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed a new contract at Italian Serie A champions AC Milan thus extending his stay with the club until next summer. He has signed a one-year contract extension with the Rossoneri. The club legend was a free agent after his previous Milan deal ended in June. The new Milan contract for the Sweden international was confirmed by the Italian Serie A side via an official statement earlier in the week.
AC Milan have given Ibrahimovic a new contract despite the fact that he’s currently injured. The veteran Sweden international striker will miss the start of the new season as a result of the serious knee injury sustained towards the end of last season. The said injury didn’t stop Ibrahimovic from winning the Italian Serie A title with Milan.
For the new deal signed this week, Ibrahimovic will earn €1m for one year plus add-ons based on performance.
Ibrahimovic turns 41 in October and he has enjoyed a stellar career over the last two decades. He rejoined AC Milan two years ago. Apart from AC Milan, the Sweden national team attacker has also played for Malmo FF, Juventus, Inter Milan, Ajax Amsterdam, Barcelona, Los Angeles Galaxy (LA Galaxy) and Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in his career.
It’s safe to say thatIbrahimovic has been a success in his second spell at AC Milan. His leadership was a major reason why Milan were able to get over the line to win their first league title in over a decade. They finished two points ahead of Inter Milan whom they demoted as champions. Ibrahimovic scored eight goals and provided three assists in 23 Serie A games on the way to the title win.Ibrahimovic was key on and off the pitch for Milan on the way to winning the league title and he’s expected to maintain the same status as Milan try to retain their title.