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A.C Milan just completed the signing of Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer for the remaining 6 months with an option to renew for another season.

Zlatan left the MLS after playing 2 seasons for L.A Galaxy (netting 52 goals in 84 matches) in November and speculations surrounded which club he will feature for,

Luckily AC Milan gets to sign to “self-acclaimed God” with the hope to help them get outof the trouble they currently find themselves.

They currently lie in the 11th position and suffered a 5:0 humiliation against Atalanta in their last match before the Christmas break.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played in almost 8 different clubs and won the league titles in 5 different countries.

He last played for AC Milan in 2 seasons from 2010–2012 helping Milan to win the scudetto in 2011( the last time they won the Serie A).

And emerged the highest goal scorer that season.


Can Zlatan Ibrahimovic save AC Milan?

Zlatan has already said he’s coming to a club he so respect and a city he so loved.

So it’s like being at home and playing for a team he so love and have fond memories.

Zlatan has a great task before him to rescue AC Milan from their present woes and i strongly believe he will do it.

He’s an experienced player and a proven goal scorer in any league or club he plays for and he will easily do it for Milan where he has played before.

His presence will be a boost and morale for the young and upcoming Milan stars and he will inspire them for glory.


Conclusion:

The second coming of the Swedish god of soccer to the city of Milan will be the talk of the town.

Zlatan won’t only be the player the Milanese team will look up for inspiration, he will also ac tlike a coach in the pitch dictating play and ensuring the once continental shakers AC Milan come back to form.

Welcome to Milan, Zlatan.

The city will be made bright by your majestic presence.

Author: Okechukwu EkemezieThe football doctor, Passionate football writer.
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