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Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘on the brink of new one-year deal at AC Milan’

Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘on the brink of signing new one-year deal at AC Milan’ which will take him to an incredible 39 years old at the San Siro

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored 11 goals in 20 games for AC Milan last season
  • The 38-year-old Ibrahimovic is in his second spell playing for the Italian side
  • He rejoined the club after 18 months in the United States with LA Galaxy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is on the brink of signing a new one-year contract at AC Milan after his impressive return to form with the Serie A side at the end of last season.

According to Sky Italy, the two parties are closing in on an agreement that will fall between the £4.5m-a-year offered by Milan and the £6.7m asked for by Ibrahimovic.

Milan are looking to wrap things up and make an announcement before Monday, when their squad returns for pre-season training.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is on the brink of signing a new one-year contract at AC Milan

The 38-year-old scored 11 goals in 20 appearanes for Milan after joining them in December

The 38-year-old scored 11 goals in 20 appearanes for Milan after joining them in December

Ibrahimovic, 38, rejoined Milan last December after 18 months in the United States with Los Angeles Galaxy.

Back at the San Siro, the Swede fired in an impressive 11 goals in 20 appearances and Milan want to keep hold of the striker for the upcoming campaign.

Ibrahimovic previously spent two years at the club from 2010, joining from Barcelona.

He won the Serie A title there in 2011, followed by the Italian Super Cup the next season.

Ibrahimovic helped the club to a sixth-place finish in Serie A - a Europa League place

Ibrahimovic helped the club to a sixth-place finish in Serie A – a Europa League place

Ibrahimovic first played for AC Milan back in 2010, where he lifted the Serie A title

Ibrahimovic first played for AC Milan back in 2010, where he lifted the Serie A title

But now, Milan are somewhat of a fallen giant in Italy and Ibrahimovic is tasked with helping restore the side to their former glories.

They finished sixth in Serie A last season, with Stefano Pioli’s side qualifying for the Europa League.

The new Serie A season will start on September 19, with fixtures for the campaign yet to be announced. 



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