Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic dedicates Serie A title win to Mino Raiola

Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dedicated the Rossoneri’s Scudetto win to the late Mino Raiola.

Milan came up with a convincing 3-0 win against Sassuolo to win the Serie A title and Ibrahimovic had come on late in the game. He did find the back of the net but his goal was disallowed. 

After the title win and the celebrations, the Swede spoke to Sky Italia and dedicated the occassion to Raiola.

“I dedicate it to him. He was one of those who wanted to see me at Milan, he told me I could save them and bring them back. I dedicate it to him. Mino would advise me to play for another ten years and steal more money. What will I do? I have to stay. Well, let’s see. When I’m well, healthy, I can see how I am and from there I can make a choice. When I’m on the pitch I make a difference, I don’t see another Ibra.”

Ibrahimovic also revealed that he has suffered a lot in recent weeks because of physical issues and injuries.

“In these six months I have suffered too much, even physically, then also for other personal things. In the end I won, I tried to help in every way to help the team in one way or another. I’m afraid to stop (playing) but I have to do it as I want, not as certain things are.”

Ibrahimovic’s future at Milan remains uncertain as he is yet to sign a new deal and reports have stated that he could join Raiola’s agency.

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