Ibrahimovic returns to Italy, leaves questions in Sweden
STOCKHOLM: Zlatan Ibrahimovic He returned to Italy on Monday and will spend some time in quarantine before training with B.C. Milan ahead of the possible return of the A series season.
He leaves many questions in his native Sweden.
Ibrahimovic has been improving his fitness by training with Hammarby, the Stockholm-based club where he bought a nearly 25% stake last year in his controversial first move to soccer ownership. You have practiced with Hammarby The men's and women's teams, including playing a training match, because Sweden is not under strict blocking measures during the coronavirus pandemic.
It has raised hopes at Hammarby, and belief among soccer fans in Sweden, that the 38-year-old Ibrahimovic could return to the club as a player - not just an investor - in the final years of his career. He previously has said he would not play club soccer again in the country of his birth, having had a globe-trotting career after leaving his boyhood club, Malmo.
Hammarby sports manager Jesper Jansson He said there is a possibility that Ibrahimovic could play for the club one day.
Only Zlatan himself knows, Jansson told the Swedish newspaper Expressen. He hasn't said anything like that and it's not that I need to ask him and tell him we want him here.
Milan and most other clubs in the Italian league resumed training individually last week before the team's full training resumed next Monday.
Ibrahimovic is one of the last A series players to return to Italy ahead of the potential league restart and he didn't give much away about his future during his few weeks at Hammarby .
I have a contract with Milan, we'll see how it ends there. If it ends, he told Swedish broadcaster DPlay. I want to play soccer as long as I can.
Ibrahimovic tiene un contrato con el Milan hasta el final de la season. La liga sueca espera ser organizada de junio a diciembre.