Loyalty to his friends means more to Zlatan Ibrahimovic than money, and he is reportedly going to honor his relationship with his friends this summer when he leaves Milan despite an option to extend his deal with the rossoneri for one more season.
The 38-year-old striker is not satisfied with some decisions made by Milan's boss Ivan Gazidis, which would see him leave the club as soon as the 2019-20 season in the Italian top-flight comes to an end.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, some of those decisions include Zvonimir Boban's sacking as one of Milan's bosses. Boban is a close friend to Zlatan, and he was a key man in the negotiation to see the Swedish ace back with the club last winter.
Furthermore, the expected departure of Paolo Maldini by the end of the season would be one more reason for Zlatan to leave the Italian club.
But where would Zlatan go if he decides to leave Milan? According to the Italian newspaper, the Swedish ace is leaving nothing out of the table, including his retirement.
The former Manchester United and LA Galaxy forward flew back to Sweden to spend time with his close ones during the ongoing halt in the Serie A due to the coronavirus pandemic. If things go as planned, he could have a say on his future once he goes back to Italy.