Ibrahimovic is close to returning to action after being sidelined for nine months with surgery on an anterior cruciate ligament injury. After helping Milan win the Scudetto in the 2021/22 season, Ibrahimovic decided to undergo surgery to resolve the injury. There were concerns that Ibra had to retire after this surgery. But the 41-year-old has come back strong and will continue to play in the near future.
Ibrahimovic will return to training with the Milan first team this week. The Swede remains confident in his abilities and is determined to help Milan bounce back from a disappointing start to the season.
“I’m still God, I’m still No. 1. Now change the music when I’m back. I want to do a lot of things, after what I have missed in the past months. I wasted my time.
I’m fine, I’m fine! I’m back with the team and feel very free both on and off the pitch. That means I’m fine. At this stage I did everything to help the coaches, the staff and the club from the outside. I’m very patient because I have to get back to the top. The recovery is going as planned.”
When asked about Milan’s poor form, Ibrahimovic added: “I’m not worried, this is normal in a league. Now we need to talk less and show our value on the pitch.”