ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC’S deal at Milan could be renewed and improved, reports suggest.
The Swede is without a doubt the most important piece in Massimiliano Allegri’s Milan and it seems as though the Rossoneri have turned Ibra-dependent once again as when he underperforms, so do Milan.
Milan brought Ibrahimovic from Barcelona in the summer of 2010 in the ‘worst deal in the history of Barca’. The former Inter man signed a contract, and became the highest-paid player in the via Turati club.
According to Milannews.it, the agent of Ibrahimovic, Mino Raiola, would want an extension of the 30 year old’s contract until 2015 (his current ends in 2014). Only in the beginning of the season, Ibrahimovic stated he is growing tired of football and thinking to retire in a few years, probably with the Rossoneri.
Apparently, Raiola is ready to retain the current €8 million-a-season wages but include bonuses related to numbers of goals and team objectives. Raiola hinted at a possible extension a couple of weeks ago.