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Ibrahimovic, Milan’s farewell party: the fear of quitting and Galliani’s court

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic sincerely greets Milan. It will happen tomorrow, Sunday, June 4, at the end of the San Siro match against Verona, the last of the championship. There will be 70,000 to celebrate the Swedish striker: a heartfelt thank you for the years and victories lived together. The Devil celebrates qualifying for the next Champions League and greets his skillful Ibra to win two championships with the Rossoneri, but in two different eras. In 2011, in the last tricolor of the Berlusconi era (with Massimiliano Allegri on the bench) and in 2022, Elliott’s first, with Stefano Pioli, after an unforgettable run against Inter, second at -2. Zlatan says goodbye – the physical problems of the past period have apparently determined his decision and that of the AC Milan club – but he is not too keen on hanging up his boots. Forty-one years old and not hearing, Ibra still wants to be there. In fact, he has repeated repeatedly that he is afraid to quit. He revealed the courtship of Adriano Galliani to take him to Monza, a few kilometers from Milan. City that the Swede loves. And who knows, he may return to San Siro as an opponent next season to challenge his Diavolo. For now, it’s just a romantic gamble.

In the two experiences in Milan he collected 93 goals in 163 appearances. Since the first time he set foot in San Siro with the Rossoneri, in 2010, 13 years have passed. It was August of that year, he came from Barcelona and promised the Scudetto. In fact, it arrived a few months later. He has always been decisive. With a purpose. With his actions, his dribbles and his shows on the field. And the latest record: he is the oldest player to score in Serie A. It was March 18, 2023: at the age of 41, five months and five days. He hit Udinese from a penalty kick. However, the Swede had his penalty saved by the very good Silvestri. The action had continued, but the referee Doveri had been called by de Var, who had pointed out Beto’s entry into the area before the execution. The penalty was therefore repeated and Zlatan had not made a mistake.

Source: Corriere

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