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Tuesday March 30 2021
Report: Milan ready to renew with Ibra

Milan are reportedly ready to renew with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the veteran seems set to continue with the same salary for 2021-22.

The Swede signed a one-year deal last summer and a renewal means Ibrahimovic will play for Milan beyond his 40th birthday in October.

Il Corriere dello Sport claims Milan are scheduling to meet with Zlatan and are prepared to offer him the same terms of the previous agreement worth €7m a season.

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Wednesday March 3 2021
Zaccheroni: ‘Rebic should replace Ibra, Tomori…’

Former Milan and Udinese coach Alberto Zaccheroni believes the Rossoneri play ‘the best football in Italy’ and picks Ante Rebic as the perfect replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Rossoneri host the Bianconeri at the San Siro this evening.

It kicks off at 19.45, click here for a match preview.

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Friday February 12 2021
Douglas Costa enjoyed Conte-Agnelli clash

Juventus loanee Douglas Costa admits he enjoyed the clash between Antonio Conte and Andrea Agnelli and reveals which Milan player he admires.

The Brazilian joined Bayern Munich on a dry loan deal from Juventus last summer, but his future in Germany is in doubt with Milan who have been linked with welcoming his services.

“Nobody [from Milan] has called me,” the 30-year-old said in a Clubhouse chat room, according to reports in Italy.

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Friday January 29 2021
One-match bans for both Lukaku and Zlatan

The Disciplinary Commission has suspended both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku for one match in the Coppa Italia.

The sporting judge’s decision will only be valid in the Italian Cup, now the two strikers await the verdict of the federal prosecutor.

Both have been suspended for the bookings received on the pitch in the Derby della Madonnina on Tuesday, when the two strikers clashed at half-time.

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Monday October 12 2015
Euros: Sweden into play-off

Sweden will have to go through a play-off to reach the European Championships, despite a win over Moldova.

Goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Erkan Zengin gave the Swedes a 2-0 win in Gothenburg, but Russia’s 2-0 triumph over Montenegro condemned them to a play-off.

Denmark and the Republic of Ireland are also in the play-offs, with the five others to be decided later tonight.

One side will go through automatically as the best third-placed team, with Ukraine currently in the driving seat.

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Wednesday September 23 2015
Ibrahimovic: 'Milan? We'll see'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in Italy and fans asked if he’d return to Milan. “Who knows, we’ll see in future.”

The Paris Saint-Germain striker was spotted at a restaurant in Milan with friends today, taking selfies with supporters and chatting to staff.

According to Calciomercato.com, one asked if he would ever return to the Rossoneri.

“Who knows, we’ll see in future,” was his response.

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Sunday September 20 2015
Berlusconi: 'Rather Balo than Ibra'

President Silvio Berlusconi admires the new Milan and feels it’s better to have Mario Balotelli than Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The patron spoke to reporters when leaving a dinner with CEO Adriano Galliani, having been in the stands for a 3-2 victory over Palermo.

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Thursday September 3 2015
'Milan are not desperate'

Milan released an official statement negating Zlatan Ibrahimovic's claims that they are 'desperate'.

The striker was the object of an extended hunt by the Rossoneri, who were ultimately unable to sign him, and was reported to have said that they were 'desperate'.

The club now released an official statement to explain their position.

“Milan are not desperate,” reads the statement.

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Wednesday September 2 2015
Ibrahimovic: ‘Milan were desperate’

Zlatan Ibrahimovic acknowledges Milan were ‘desperate’ to re-sign him from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

The striker left the Rossoneri for Paris in 2012, and the club were engaged in a very public campaign to bring him back to San Siro.

“If other clubs want me, they have to deal with my agent, Mino Raiola,” Ibrahimovic told a Press conference while on Sweden duty.

“Obviously I’m happy if people want me, but they should speak to him.

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Thursday August 27 2015
‘Draxler? Individuals not important…’

Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta hints a move for Julian Draxler is dead - ‘individuals are not decisive’.

The Bianconeri have been pursuing a trequartista this summer, and had agreed personal terms with the Schalke 04 player.

However, a deal with his club has been harder to agree, and speaking after today’s Champions League draw, the general manager appeared to rule out a deal.

“Football is a team sport, and I don't think an individual is absolutely decisive,” Marotta told Mediaset when asked about Draxler.

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