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Ibrahimovic: Why I Hope To Stay At AC Milan For Life

Ibrahimovic: Why I Hope To Stay At AC Milan For Life

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has explained why he would love to ‘stay at Milan for life’ and jokes he could play with a third generation of the Maldini family.

Ibrahimovic was a guest on Che Tempo Che Fa on Rai Tre to discuss his new book, ‘Adrenaline.’


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He recently turned 40 and is still scoring goals, but his contract with the Rossoneri is due to expire at the end of this season.

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“I want to play as long as possible, and as long as I have that adrenaline, I will continue,” replied Ibra.

“Let’s put pressure on Milan here to give me an extension and I hope to stay at Milan for life. I still have objectives that I can achieve and I want to win another Scudetto.”


The striker was asked if he fears what might await him when he does finally hang up his boots.

“I don’t know what will happen after football, so I am a little scared to stop. We’ll see, but I want to continue playing so that I don’t have any regrets.”

Milan are currently top of the Serie A table, one point clear of Inter and two above Napoli, so the title race is wide open.

Ibrahimovic is one of the few who has been able to play on the same pitch as two generations of the same family, as director Paolo Maldini was his opponent and now son Daniel is his teammate.

“It’s wonderful, we’ll see if the adrenaline continues and I can play with Daniel’s son as well!” laughed the 40-year-old.

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  • M. Abbas 2 months ago

    Though I’m a fan of Napoli, if family stories and loyalty examples be told, the first thing that occurs to all fans of AC Milan is the Maldini family and Ibra is ready to play with the 3rd generation.

    At 40, Ibra is still prolific in front of goal that goes to show at some point, the mental state of mind might just be the driving force of some of these players and not necessarily their age, a case in mind here are those of Anthony Nwaekaeme who is about 36, Ahmed Musa and Odion Ighalo, 32, all Nigerians.

    Ibra humble beginning as an immigrant offering from Bosnia to Sweden set out to put the Swedish in good stead. Now he’s at peace doing what he enjoys doing.

  • Henry 2 months ago

    @ M Abbas: You see nah, Ibra is 40 and still scoring goals but in Nigeria, you will hear a 32 years young man being highlighted as a grandpapa who should no longer play soccer. Very stupid mindset. I trust Ibra to remain in AC MILAN. Up Milan!!!