Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not want to leave Italian giants Milan, his representative has underlined on Tuesday.
“The situation regarding his future is clear,” Mino Raiola told Panorama. “Milan don’t want to sell him and he doesn’t want to leave. The rest are theories, dreams and baseless assumptions.
“The voices which are suggesting otherwise are not true, also because he is the kind of guy who doesn’t hide his intentions.”
Ibra still has two years left to run on his contract, but his future will not be decided by a piece of paper.
“His agreement expires in 2014, even if expiry dates count for little,” Raiola continued. “He had two and a half years left with Inter, four with Barcelona.
“Whether Zlatan stays or one day goes will have nothing to do with the time left on his contract. Ibra, as he has always said, is happy in Milan.”
The 30-year-old, now in his second season at Milan, has scored 23 goals in 26 League games so far this term.
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