After the agreement found in recent weeks, now there is also the signature: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has renewed for another season. Maldini and Massara went to the Swede in a villa on Lake Garda and collected the signature of the Swede, who therefore - despite the injury - will remain in the rossonero.
The new salary of the Swedish striker - operated on his knee at the end of May - will have a fixed part lower than his standards. Ibra will in fact earn a figure around one million euros (or around one and a half million), to which bonuses will be added based on assists and goals.
Ibrahimovic's numbers in rossonero
Returning to Milan in January of the 2019/20 season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has totaled 158 appearances and 92 goals for the Rossoneri between the first experience (between 2010 and 2012) and the second in the last two and a half years. Decisive on the pitch yes, but the Swede was above all off, managing to convey charisma, mentality and desire to win to a young team, but of quality.
After a gradual growth over the years, this year the Rossoneri club has returned to triumph in Italy after 11 years. The Swede ended his season with 23 Serie A appearances and 8 goals.
Written by Mohammed Ibrahim