03 March 2012

[Former player] Milan wants to tie Ibrahimovic up to 2016

With the renewal of Van Bommel in the background, the leaders of Milan working in full swing to link the future of Zlatan at the club.

While, at least to the gallery, Milan and Juventus signed the peace, the universe rossonero was glad the day with the news of the renewal of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, whom the club intends to extend his contract until 2016.

According to data published by the newspaper Corriere dello Sport, the Swedish striker's agent, Mino Raiola, held an initial meeting yesterday with club chief executive Adriano Galliani and his closest collaborator, Ariedo Braida, to start negotiate the extension of the player's contract, which ends in June 2015. The idea is to expand its relationship Milan with Ibrahimovic for a while, until June 2016, when the player is close to age 35.

The meeting, which took place in the same offices on Thursday afternoon, had the approval of the Rossoneri owner Silvio Berlusconi, who last week and was very interested in tying the permanence of the Swedish player "until decides to withdraw, "he admitted.

In addition, the meeting also served to lay the foundations for the renewal of Mark van Bommel, who contract ends season finale and that contrary to what was speculated last month is close to extend for one more season his relationship with the club.

Parallel to this, the calcium has attended in the last hours of a thaw in relations between Milan and Juventus, sponsored by the federation itself and prompting Galliani admitted that himself as "professional" club was ready to move on after what happened last weekend, "but since I'm big fan of Milan, my heart is still bleeding from what happened", referring to the referee's error in not granting a clear goal to Muntari on the grounds that the ball had not crossed the the goal line when he rejected Buffon.

Milito cloak check to Claudio Ranieri: "We will leave the skin."

The crisis gripping the Inter live tomorrow a new test with the mourning star team at the San Siro against Catania and to which Argentina was sincere yesterday: "We will leave the skin in the game to regain the trust of our people. "Moreover, Milito did not hesitate to give their support to Claudio Ranieri questioned stating that "we support you. We know you're in the spotlight but who are we playing games and people should know that we are with him. " (via SPORT)