Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he’s ‘not playing for a contract’ and claims ‘everything has changed’ at the club. ‘The targets are no longer what they used to be’.
In the snippet of an interview the veteran gave La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ibra claimed he was ‘practically playing for free’ and said it’s ‘unlikely he will stay’ if nothing changes.
The 38-year-old also spoke to Sportmediaset on the launch of a fitness app and reiterated that the Rossoneri are not the team he once knew.
“This is not my Milan, everything is done differently now,” he told Sportmediaset. “The targets are no longer what they used to be, those I have in my head for Milan.
“I want to see them fight for the Scudetto and for the Champions League. I still enjoy playing, but I’m not playing for a contract.
“I play to reach the objectives that stimulate me. I don’t know if I will stay next year.”
Ibrahimovic admitted he doesn’t know if CEO Ivan Gazidis will want to renew his deal beyond the current campaign.
“If I expect a call? I don’t know, but no one has called me so far.”
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