“I will be back with full force and violence” - Zlatan Ibrahimovic echoes loud
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has ruled out retirement as he said he will never give up on injury recovery
When will Zlatan Ibrahimovic return from injury?
Ibrahimovic, who will turn 41 in October, had to undergo surgery on a anterior cruciate ligament injury in May and is not expected to be back on the pitch until the new year. The fitness blow sparked fresh claims that the striker is set to hang up his boots, but he has now come out to set the record straight.
What Ibrahimovic said about his injury?
"You will surely see it. When I come back, I will be heard, you can count on it. I will do it with violence," Ibrahimovic told Gazzetta dello Sport. "I'm not going to retire, I'm coming back and I won't give up."
The Rossoneri veteran added: "If I see a player stronger than me, I'll stop. But I haven't seen him yet."
Ibrahimovic was a key figure in the Milan dressing room in 2021-22, despite not being a regular starter, as he scored eight league goals to help Stefano Pioli's side to their first Serie A crown in 11 years. Despite his injury woes, Milan handed him a new one-year contract in July.
Ac Milan are currently preparing for their next Champions League group stage fixture against Dinamo Zagreb on Wednesday.
What's Your Reaction?