Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims ‘all have changed.’ ‘The goals are not what they used to be anymore,’ and insists he’s ‘not playing for a contract’ at the club.
Ibra claimed in the snippet of an interview La Gazzetta Dello Sport was given by the veteran, he was ‘practically playing for free’ and said that if nothing changes, it’s ‘unlikely he will stay.’
The Rossoneri are not the team he once knew, reiterated the 38-year-old who also spoke to Sportmediaset about a fitness app being launched.
“This is not my Milan, now it’s all done differently,” he told Sport Mediaset. “The aims are no longer what they used to be, those I have for Milan in my head.”
“I want to see them battling for the Scudetto and the Champions League. I still love playing but I don’t play for a contract.”
“I’m playing to reach the goals which stimulate me. I don’t know if I’m going to stay next year.”
Ibrahimovic indicated that he is clueless whether beyond the current campaign CEO Ivan Gazidis would like to renew its deal.
“When I’m expecting a call? I don’t know, but no one has called me so far.”