“It’s time to say goodbye to football, not just you,” Ibrahimovic said into the microphone on the pitch at the San Siro. “There are so many feelings now, go to Milan and say goodbye.”
AC Milan announced Saturday that Ibrahimovic will bid farewell to the Rossoneri, but in the end the impressive career of “Ibracadabra” will come to an end.
Ibrahimovic returned to AC Milan in 2019, who won the national title for the first time in 11 years last season. Due to frequent injuries, the Swedish sect striker has hardly been able to work this season. He only played four league matches, scoring one goal.
At the end of April, he injured his calf. He has not played for Milan since then, being teammates with Charles de Kettler, Alexis Saylemakers, Divock Origi and Aster Franks.
Ibrahimovic also played for Milan between 2010 and 2012. He also has a past with Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.
He became the champion of the Netherlands twice, once in Spain, four times in France and five times in Italy. Between his time at Manchester United and his return to Milan, he also played in MLS for the Los Angeles Galaxy from March 2018 to November 2019.
Ibrahimovic played 122 international matches with the Sweden national team, scoring 62 goals. The striker’s last appearance with his country was in March, when he played 17 minutes in the European Championship qualifier against the Red Devils (0-3 defeat).
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