At the time of Zlatan Ibrahimovic we were officially scheduled for the weekend this Sunday (4). At 41 years old, the Swedish crack surprised or announced that he is settling down in soccer.
The announcement was made in the victory of Milan over Hellas Verona, by 3 to 1, for the Italian Championship.
I’m not crying.
Você is crying.
— Lega Serie A (@SerieA_BR) June 4, 2023
Over the course of the week, Milan had reported that they would not renew Ibrahimovic’s contract for the next season. However, there was an expectation that he would continue playing, fed by his own player.
In the current season, the attacker suffered an injury to Joelho, who shot a great deal in two games. He played just four games and scored a goal.
At the farewell, Ibrahimovic was applauded by the San Siro stadium, in Milan, and was in tears. The player still receives a squad with the 11 Milan shirt.
At any given time, the ex-player now hit the microphone and greeted the Italian rollers.
Ibrahimovic’s career numbers
Author of memorable goals, such as when he scored a long-distance bicycle ride in Sweden vs. England in 2012, Ibrahimovic scored a time where he passed.
He wore the shirt of nine different clubs, including the two Italian rivals Milan, Inter de Milão and Juventus. The Swede started his career in Malmo, from his country of origin, in 1999.
— AC Milan BR (@acmilanbr) June 4, 2023
Ibra has passed through Ajax, Juventus, Inter, Barcelona, Milan, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, Los Angeles Galaxy before returning to Milan in 2019, where his career ends.
See the numbers:
- 988 games
- 573 goals
- 131 assists
Ibrahimovic won titles such as the Club World Cup, the Europa League, five Italian Championships, four French and one Spanish. For the Swedish Seleção, he played in the 2002 and 2006 World Cup.
Source: CNN Espanol