According to reports, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed a six-month minimum-wage contract with Milan to cover the next six months as he recovers from knee surgery.

The centre-forward will turn 41 in October and has just undergone an operation on his knee that will keep him out for six to seven months.

Nonetheless, he seems to have no intention of hanging up his boots just yet and the Rossoneri are equally content to keep Ibra in the squad.

According to La Repubblica newspaper, the Sweden international has already signed a six-month contract at minimum wage worth €100,000.

That will enable him to be part of the squad and therefore complete the treatment and rehabilitation period at the Milanello training ground.

He could also therefore spend time in the locker room and sit at the sidelines when his teammates are playing in the first six months of the 2022-23 campaign.

His current contract is due to expire on June 30, 2022, but he could sign another deal in January if he continues his career.

6 thought on “Reports Ibrahimovic signs six-month Milan contract”
  1. Probably the best signing we will make all summer. Even injured he can be the 12th man and in January he can start banging in the goals. Of that I have no doubt.

  2. So we get to have his impact in the locker room, without him playing and on minimal wage? Someone should take out his another knee in 6 months.

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