King Ibra’s return, why not?


What a great moment for AC Milan’s summer transfer window, the emblem of a prolific transfermarket as it has not been for years, thanks to a well-planned transfer campaign leaded by Mirabelli and Fassone. After the signing of Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessié and Ricardo Rodríguez, today it was the turn of André Silva join the Club. Young striker with great qualities, André Silva, often described as the “the new Cristiano Ronaldo”, represent an important investment for the A.C. Milan future.

Great player, but that’s not enough for Milan’s forward, that need another important grafting. In this perspective, just one name can warm the fans’ mind: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, of course.
One of the most beloved and admired players, the last great striker who left the mark among the Rossoneri’s team.
It would be a very popular move with fans, who have never forgotten his time at San Siro from 2010 to 2012, where he scored 56 goals with 24 assists in 85 competitive games in his two seasons at Milan, winning the 2010-11 title in his first year at the club after arriving from Barcelona and then ending as a runner-up before leaving for PSG.
Mino Raiola, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent, admits he does not know the future destination of the Swede, hardly to be back at Red devils next season, cause his one-year contract running out this summer. One thing is for shure: he will continue playing in Europe.

After a successful first season in England (28 goals in 46 appearances) before injury struck, so we can safely consider the fact that Ibra is in condition to play, once in fit, for two more year, maybe three.
The 35-year-old suffered knee ligament damage, sustained against Anderlecht in the quarter-final victory in the Europa League, and he will be out until January. Of course the possible singing of Ibra would not be a prospective move, he turns 36 in October, but, even that it’s not clear when he’ll be fully fit, for Ibracadabra “Giving up is not an option”. Joining the rossoneri’s team as a player and as mentor of the young Portuguese striker, Ibra would be the flagship of this transfermarket. His family is very attached to the city of Milan and Italy, and Raiola could offer to include Ibra’s comeback as part of negotiations over Donnarumma’s new deal. Of course, that’s just a suggestion, an exciting fantasy, a wish for all Rossoneri’s fans and, why not, also for King Ibra.