Milan postpones Ibrahimovic contract renewal negotiations
Reports: Milan postpones Ibrahimovic contract renewal negotiations
Italian press reports revealed that the Milan administration decided to postpone negotiations to renew the contract of the Swedish striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, for another season, knowing that his current contract expires at the end of the current season.
According to the Italian newspaper, Corriere dello Sport, Milan decided to postpone negotiations to renew the contract of Swedish star Ibrahimovic, in order to focus on some other files that the club’s management considers a priority in the current period.
The newspaper added that the postponement of negotiations to renew the contract of its veteran star does not mean that the Rossoneri administration decided to back down on this matter, in light of its satisfaction with the performance of the Swedish striker, so it is expected that an agreement be reached without any obstacles.
The newspaper pointed out that the Milan administration is seeking to resolve the renewal of the trio Ismail Bennacer, Theo Hernandez and Rafael Liao, respectively, especially since they are among the basic strength of the Rossoneri.
Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a contract with Milan until June 2022, and receives an annual salary of 7 million euros.
Ibra, the 40-year-old, played 8 matches with Milan this season, scoring 3 goals and providing two assists.
Milan occupies the second place in the Italian league standings this season, with 32 points, equal to the Napoli team, which leads by goal difference, after 12 rounds of the competition have passed.