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Goodbye tears!  Ibrahimovic announces his resignation

Goodbye tears! Ibrahimovic announces his resignation

Ibrahimovic announces his resignation

“I came as a king…” – Zlatan’s best lines in the video

Zlatan Ibrahimovic receives an emotional farewell in Milan – and then announces the end of his career.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic retires!

after The last match for Milan against Hellas Verona (3: 1).In which he was unable to be on the field due to the after-effects of knee surgery and a calf injury, the Swede received an emotional farewell at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium – and then announced his resignation hammer late Sunday evening.

The 41-year-old said: “It’s time to say goodbye. It’s just a huge emotion for me. Let’s go to Milan and say goodbye.”

“We will miss you forever and ever,” Serie A wrote on Twitter about a video of Zlatan’s farewell speech.

With his hands, the striker formed a heart, directed to the fans. The attacker was visibly affected. Even tears welled up in the 41-year-old’s eyes, and some of his teammates wept as well.

The soccer symbol was previously celebrated. On Milan’s South Curve, fans showed off a choreography with the word “Godbye,” referring to his persona and immense self-confidence. In addition, loud chants of “Ibrahimović, Ibrahimović” were heard on the field.

Rumor Ibra club Berlusconi

Even before the end of the season, it was clear that Ibrahimovic would no longer play for Milan. The striker, who returned to the Rossoneri in 2020, has not had his expiring contract renewed.

However I mentioned Gazzetta dello Sport on Sunday, The 41-year-old is said to be in talks with AC Monza, the Serie A club owned by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi..

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The club had already announced on Saturday that the Swede would leave the match with a “short ceremony”, and the striker’s representatives wanted to inform the news agency of the end of his career. France Press agency But he has not commented yet.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic ends his illustrious career

Now it’s clear: there will be no other career move.

Ibrahimovic: 819 competitive appearances, 493 goals

Due to injuries, he only managed four competitive matches last season, scoring one goal. In all of his career, the star has scored 493 goals in 819 competitive matches.

During his career, Ibrahimović played for the biggest European clubs Juventus Turin, Barcelona, ​​Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and rival AC Milan.

Last season, the player of the Swedish national team, 122 times, became the champion of Italy with Milan. Overall, he won Serie A five times and won the Italian Player of the Year award three times.

With the sports information service