Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he is still uncertain over his future at AC Milan. The 38-year-old returned to his former club on a free transfer in January and with eight goals in 17 appearances he has been one of the club’s best performers. De spite his form Zlatan insists he has not spoken with anybody at Milan.
“I still have three games, still 10 days, nobody said anything to me and I don’t expect anything else,” he said, via Sky Sport Italia. There are things that we cannot control, but that seem strange to me, but we are doing great things. We play with great confidence and we believe in what we do.””
“I’m working, I’m fine, the team is fine and doing good things. When I arrived we are second or third in the standings, it means it is not bad.” On Tuesday Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani revealed he had shown interest in Zlatan in January but that a deal was never met.
“Ibrahimovic will certainly be difficult,” he told Sky Sport Italia, as cited by the Daily Mail on the question if Leeds will make a move this summer. “We tried to sign him in January, but he chose to join Milan and the deal vanished. Now I think it’s too late, the intensity of English football is different.”