Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirms Milan is “my second home” but calls Bologna boss Sinisa Mihajlovic “a unique person” and claims he could play “until I’m 50”.
Milan and Bologna have both targeted the Swedish superstar ever since he announced he would be leaving LA Galaxy in December.
The Rossoneri have already offered him an 18-month contract, and they will be happy to hear about his connection to the fashion capital.
“Milan is not my second city, it’s my second home,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport. “I have great memories of my time there.”
Despite being close to 40, the striker is still revered in Italy, where he won Scudetti with both Milan clubs.
“If there’s a project that stimulates me, I could play until I’m 50 years old,” he assured.
“I have just ended my experience in Los Angeles. It was fantastic, now there are two heroes of two worlds; myself and Giuseppe Garibaldi.”
However, he also spoke of his admiration for Rossoblu boss Sinisa Mihajlovic, who has been putting up a brave fight with cancer.
“I talk a lot to Sinisa. He is my friend, an exceptional person and a unique man.”
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