LOS ANGELES (UNITED STATES) – In less than a month, the contract between Ibrahimovic and the Los Angeles Galaxy will expire. From that moment on, he will be free to leave the United States to move to another club on a free transfer. Ibra wants to return to Italy but wants to do it on her own terms, without giving up even a penny. So, whoever wants it will have to pay him around eight million euros for a year and a half (the same he would receive while remaining in the United States).
The Swede entered the sights of Milan, Naples, Rome and Bologna. The Rossoneri need a player of this level to return the enthusiasm to a now depressed square. But before taking Ibrahimovic, they should find accommodation for one of Piatek and Leao. Not the Rossoneri cannot afford to have three strikers, neither from the economic point of view, nor from the technical point of view. According to the MLS boss, Ibra will return to Milan but at the moment the negotiation is anything but simple.
Then there's Bologna. The rossoblù club is the last to have spoken openly to Ibrahimovic to the press. Sabatini, after the match against Inter, said that his club is doing everything to bring him to Bologna and that Ibra would willingly put himself at the disposal of his friend Mihajlovic.
Another club that spoke openly about Ibra was Napoli. But all this happened before the crisis that swept the Campania society with a lot of mutiny of the players at the withdrawal imposed by the club. For all this series of reasons, it is difficult to think of the Swede going to Napoli at least unless Mertens, or another Milik-like striker, has been transferred to Inter.
The last Serie A team to be interested in Ibrahimovic is Roma. In this case the reason is exclusively technical. Roma has only one striker in pink, Edin Dzeko, and he needs the bread of an alternative to the Bosnian. Fonseca himself admitted that he wanted to rest Dzeko but he also said he was forced to line it up as a starter because he didn't have an alternative because Kalinic was injured.
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