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Friday August 14 2020
Official: Milan sign Roback

As expected, Milan have officially signed 17-year-old Hammarby forward Emil Roback for a reported €1.5m.

The story had emerged earlier in the week from SportExpressen.

It was announced in a statement by Swedish club Hammarby, who are co-owned by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Roback had also been linked with Arsenal and has five caps for Sweden at Under-17 level.

He will go into the Rossoneri youth team.

Image: hammarbyfotboll.se

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Tuesday August 11 2020
Report: Milan sign Hammarby youngster

Milan have reportedly invested for the future and signed 17-year-old Hammarby forward Emil Roback for €1.5m.

SportExpressen claims the Rossoneri have agreed a deal with the Allsvenskan side, who are co-owned by Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Diavolo will pay €1.5m for the talented attacker, capped five times by Sweden Under-17, and reportedly wanted by Arsenal in the Premier League.

The speedy attacker is expected for a medical in Milan before he starts the new chapter in Via Aldo Rossi.

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Thursday July 2 2020
Report: Ibrahimovic to leave Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is leaning towards a departure from Milan this summer with Hammarby his likely destination, reports Sky Sport Italia.

Ibrahimovic’s contract expires at the end of the season and so far there has been no indication that he will extend it.

Now, Sky is expecting him to leave Milan on August 31 as he ‘considers’ returning to Sweden with Hammarby.

Ibrahimovic owns part of the club and trained with them during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Tuesday June 16 2020
Ibra back against Roma?

Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be back from injury to participate already against Roma on June 28.

In the next two days the veteran will carry out a new check to determine the process of his recovery after having picked up a calf injury in training on May 25.

The Swede wants to resume play as soon as possible and at Milanello the reports from Tuttomercatoweb claims he hopes to be in contention against Lecce already on June 22.

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Monday June 15 2020
Ibra breaks COVID-19 rules?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has courted controversy back home after the Milan striker appeared to break COVID-19 rules by entering Hammarby’s dressing room.

Ibrahimovic is recovering from his calf injury in Sweden, and he took the opportunity to watch Hammarby – the club he partly owns – host Osterstund in their Allsvenskan opener last night.

His team won 2-0 and he went into their dressing room after the final whistle to congratulate the players on their victory.

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Sunday June 14 2020
Bologna rule out Ibrahimovic

Bologna director Riccardo Bigon confirms Zlatan Ibrahimovic is ‘not a possibility’ for the club, regardless of his friendship with Sinisa Mihajlovic.

There had been negotiations with Ibra before he chose Milan as a free agent in January, tempted by the chance to work with coach Mihajlovic at the Stadio Dall’Ara.

Now that there are numerous reports the Swede is ready to walk away from the Rossoneri, the idea of Bologna and another Serie A adventure was revived.

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Sunday June 14 2020
Report: Ibra to leave Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is being tipped to leave Milan at the end of the season and return to Sweden with Hammarby.

Ibrahimovic is alleged to have led the squad’s frustrations during a recent meeting with Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis, criticising his running of the club.

Now, Gazzetta dello Sport reports the 38-year-old’s relationship with the Rossoneri is no longer what it was when he returned in January.

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Sunday May 17 2020
Mihajlovic: 'Ibrahimovic to Bologna or Sweden'

Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic told Serbian television that Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘certainly won’t remain at Milan’ next season. ‘He’ll either join us or return to Sweden.’

Ibra’s contract with the Rossoneri only runs to the end of this campaign after he signed on as a free agent in January, but the constant changes behind the scenes and lack of certainty appear to make remaining improbable.

Zlatan had considered joining Mihajlovic at Bologna in January, but it seems that option is still out there.

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Friday May 15 2020
Report: Zlatan looks set for Sweden return

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has, according to Corriere della Sera, decided to leave Milan after the current campaign and could return to Allsvenskan.

The newspaper claims Zlatan is on his way home, despite only having returned to the Rossoneri in January.

Last night, the former Sweden international tested negative for COVID-19 and posted a photo of himself from his balcony in Milan with the caption: “God iZ back and watches over you”.

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Monday May 11 2020
Jansson: 'Zlatan might play at Hammarby'

Sporting director Jesper Jansson has claimed ‘there’s a chance’ Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic will move back to Allsvenskan and play for Hammarby.

The former Sweden international has spent his time in Sweden training with the club he co-owns since buying a 25 per cent stake in the side last November and is expected to return to Milan today.

Jansson has praised the 38-year-old and said his presence has been a ‘positive’ aspect during a difficult time.

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