Milan’s forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he’s ‘not playing for a contract’ at the club and believes ‘all have changed.’ ‘The goals are no longer what they once were.’
In the snippet from an interview given by the veteran La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Ibra said he was ‘practically playing for free’ and said that if nothing changes, it’s ‘unlikely he’ll stay.’
The 38-year-old also spoke to Sportmediaset about the launch of a fitness app and reiterated that the Rossoneri were not the squad he once knew.
He told Sportmediaset: “This isn’t my Milan, everything is done differently now,” “The aims are no longer what they once were, those that I have in my head for Milan. I want to see them compete for the Scudetto Ttitleand the Champions League. I do love to play but I am not playing for a deal. I ‘m playing to reach the goals that inspire me. I don’t know if I will be continuing next year.”
Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he does not know whether CEO Ivan Gazidis wants to extend his contract after the latest campaign.
“As I await a call? I don’t know, but so far, nobody called me,” he said.