A club director has reaffirmed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is “not a chance” for Bologna.
The veteran striker marked a transient deal in January to come back to Milan, yet next season Ibrahimovic still appears to be increasingly probably not going to be in San Siro.
Prior to joining Milan, Ibrahimovic had been connected to Bologna, primarily because of his fellowship with the club’s head coach Sinisa Mihajlovic-who was on the backroom team at Inter when the forward was with the Nerazzurri, and bits of gossip about a recharged attempt to sign the Swede surfaced in the last hardly any weeks.
Club director Walter Sabatini, speaking in last month, appeared to quash the idea. Brandishing director Riccardo Bigon has also said that there is no way to bring Ibrahimovic to Bologna.
“I understand the media enthusiasm for making this a story because at the top level he’s such an important name, however, Ibrahimovic isn’t a chance,” Bigon told RAI Radio 1 the 38-year-old.
“We ‘re no longer in contact. He ‘d addressed Mihajlovic in the winter, at that point made his decisions, and we haven’t considered the situation since.”
The most probable result, for Ibrahimovic, will be to end his career at Hammarby, the Swedish club he co-possesses. He was until further notice training with the squad in Sweden during the lockdown.