Serie A top striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been reported to be ready to sign a new one-year contract extension with AC Milan. The Swedish international has been exceptionally impressive with Milan since his move few years ago. Ibrahimovic has been instrumental in Milan's Scudetto campaign this season.
At the start of the this season, AC Milan were the top contenders for Serie A tittle. However, constant injuries to their squad became a major setback to their chase for silverware. They lost grip of the top spot in the Serie A standings to their arch rivals Intermilan.
Intermilan are currently leading the Serie A tittle race with several points above AC Milan. Ibrahimovic signing a new contract is a huge boost to AC Milan who have been depending heavily on the player. Zlatan is well known for his threat to opponents when he gets close to the goal.
His height together with strong physique makes him one of the best strikers in the world. It is unbelievable that the player is close to celebrating his fortieth birthday considering his capabilities in the pitch. Despite his old age Ibrahimovic has been able to bang in sensational goals this season.
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