Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits his future at AC Milan remains uncertain

‘Not even I know what I want to do’: Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits his future at AC Milan remains uncertain after being left frustrated by shake up of backroom staff by Ivan Gazidis

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic is unsure where his future lies after AC Milan’s shake up
  • Ivan Gazidis axed Zvonimir Boban recently and Paolo Maldini could now be next
  • Reports emerged on Wednesday that the Swede is now considering his future
  • Boban had been instrumental in bringing Ibrahimovic back to the San Siro

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted even he doesn’t know where his future lies following reports he is ready to walk away from AC Milan just three months after returning.

The Swedish striker is said to have been left ‘disappointed’ by the club’s hierarchy shake-up in recent weeks that saw chief football officer Zvonimir Boban sacked.

Boban had been instrumental in bringing Ibrahimovic back to Milan, where he initially played between 2010 and 2012, and there was growing expectation that the team for next season was to be built around the 38-year-old striker. 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted his future is uncertain amid his unhappiness at AC Milan

But Ibrahimovic’s future is now in limbo following his dismissal but it seems he is heading towards the San Siro exit once again.

However the former Manchester United forward is giving nothing away in terms of his future plans, admitting even he doesn’t know what he wants to do. 

‘We’ll see what happens. Not even I know what I want to do, something new happens every day,’ Ibrahimovic told Svenska Dagbladet.

‘Who would’ve predicted the coronavirus [situation]?

‘All we have to do is live and enjoy live, not worry too much.

‘I have a family to keep myself busy. If they’re fine, I’m fine too.’

Zvonimir Boban’s sacking from his role at AC Milan has pushed Ibrahimovic to the exit door

There are growing concerns at that Ivan Gazidis could sack get rid of Paolo Maldini next

The striker is also concerned that Paolo Maldini, who worked alongside Boban, could be next to be shown the door as club CEO Ivan Gazidis continues to shake things up.  

Boban was axed after an explosive interview in which he took a swipe at Gazidis and Elliott Management, the club’s owners. 

He accused Milan chief executive Gazidis of secretly contacting German coach Ralf Rangnick about taking over as Milan manager from next season and the pair’s ongoing row cost him his job. 

Ibrahimovic has scored four goals in 10 appearances since returning to Milan in January following his departure from LA Galaxy.

Milan are 12th currently in Serie A and Ibrahimovic would have automatically triggered an extension had he masterminded an unlikely rise into the top four places.

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