He will never come to european championships or the WORLD cup. He wins probably never the Champions League, and his career seems to be just about to finish for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
But the swede, who has been 38 years (and 302 days to be exact), is not completely stopped yet.
Saturday's take in Milan's 3-0 win over Cagliari secured him a total of ten Serie A goals this season since his switch from Los Angeles Galaxy in the new year.
Thus he got rid of Silvio Piolas record from the beginning of the 1950s as the oldest player in league history to score a double digit number of goals.
38 & 302 - Zlatan #Ibrahimovic is the oldest player two score 10+ in a single Serie A campaign (38 years and 302 days). Bionic.#MilanCagliari #Milan pic.twitter.com/H0ScFW1U92— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) August 1, 2020
In July, he scored twice against Sampdoria. Thus topping 50 goals for Milan and was the first player in history to score so many goals for both Milan and Inter.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's importance to AC Milan this crazy and fortumlede spring/summer has been great.
12 matches have storklubben the game since the restart 22. June. It has been nine wins and three draws.
Milan is far from satisfactory first half of the season meant that, despite the great results only just snuck in the finer european company with an overall sixth place after the last round of the game.
What is to happen now with Zlatan and Milan is not known. His contract expires 31. august.
the Sports director Paolo Maldini said on Saturday that the project in storklubben with many young players and also has space for Ibrahimovic, while several media outlets on Saturday speculated that an extension may very well can come already in the weekend.
- We've created something this season, that require continuity. Zlatan is a part of the project. It will be no easy negotiation, but we want to move forward together with him. Young players like Ante Rebic and Rafael Leao will be able to develop in his company, said Maldini.
For the sake of clarity, it should be added to the Silvio Piola is still the all time most scoring player in Serie A with 274 goals scored from 1929 to 1954, where he represented the Pro Vercelli, Lazio, Juventus and Novara.
That's 24 goals more a Francesco Totti, Gunnar Nordahl, Giuseppe Meazza and José Altafini in the next seats.
Zlatans impressive career
Malmö FF (1999-2001): 14 matches - four goal
AFC Ajax (2001-2004): 104 matches - 45 dimensions
the Juventus FC (2004-2006): 92 matches - 26 goals
Inter FC (2006-2009): 117 matches - 66 goals
FC Barcelona (2009-2010): 46 matches - 22 goals
AC Milan (2010-2012): 85 matches - 56 goals
Paris Saint-Germain FC (2012-2016): 180 matches - 156 goals
Manchester United FC (2016-2018): 53 matches - 29 goals
the Los Angeles Galaxy (2018-2019): 58 matches - 53 goals
AC Milan (2020): 20 matches - 11 goals,
13 national championships in the Netherlands, Italy and Spain (however, the two Italian championships with Juventus in 2005 and 2006 cancelled after italy officially announced scandal) - as well as a sea of cup titles and a single European League title with Manchester United...Show more Close
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