The head coach of the Milan football team announced the time for the Swedish star to return to the field.
Veteran Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who turns 40 in October, has been sidelined since suffering a left knee injury during Milan’s 3-0 win over Juventus in May, according to News i.
Pewli, the head coach of this team, hopes to see Zlatan in his team when his team will play after the national matches.
“Zlatan is better physically,” said the Milan coach. He has not yet joined the team, but next week will be very important because a lot of work will be done with the ball. If all goes well, I hope he can return to practice with us during the international holidays.
Ibrahimovic’s injury also meant the loss of Euro 2020, preventing the player from returning to the decision to say goodbye to the Swedish national team.
As such, 34-year-old Olivier Giroud will be Milan’s first striker at the start of the new season of the Italian Serie A.