Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to the Milan training ground for the first time since his diagnosis of COVID-19.
The Swede had tested positive on September 24 and stayed at home for more than two weeks, as he was eventually given an all-clear one yesterday.
According to Milan news.it, Zlatan has been spotted on the Milanello training ground today, in his first foray out of the house since the quarantine was lifted.
He said hello to his teammates and staff, although many of them were away on an international assignment.
Ibrahimovic is expected to start training tomorrow and expects to be fit for Derby Della Madonnina with Inter next Saturday.
Before the virus hit, he scored three goals in just two games between Serie A and the Europa League this season.