ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC desires to play with Paolo Maldini’s GRANDSON after showing subsequent to his son Daniel for AC Milan.
The Swedish icon has lined up with or in opposition to two generations of Milan legend Maldini’s household and is hoping to bag the hat-trick in years to come back.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is hoping to play with Paolo Maldini’s GRANDSONCredit score: EPA
He has already lined up alongside the AC Milan legend and his sonCredit score: AFP
And the previous Sweden worldwide is seeking to play on for so long as doable having performed within the high division of seven nations throughout his 21 yr senior profession.
Zlatan by no means performed on the identical group as Maldini senior, 52, having signed for Milan the primary time a yr after the Italian had retired in 2009.
However he did play in opposition to him in Serie A and this season lined up along with his son Daniel, 19, for Milan.
Ibrahimovic advised BBC Sport: “I really feel like I have been right here completely different generations.
“I performed in opposition to Paolo Maldini and now I am taking part in along with his son, Daniel.
“Hopefully I can play with Daniel’s son additionally, that will be a miracle.”
Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola recently backed his man to play until he is 50 after revealing the striker does press-ups whereas he sits on his again.
And the Swede mentioned he’s adapting his sport to make sure his longevity.
He added: “I’ve a number of expertise, objectives have by no means been a difficulty, I simply maintain going.
“I am not the identical participant I used to be 5 years in the past, I am not the identical participant I used to be 10 years in the past, all of us change due to the event in your bodily standpoint.
“I am sincere in saying that I am not working like I ran earlier than; I am working extra clever now.
“The Italian league, the rationale I say that it is the most tough to play in for a striker is as a result of it is very technical and the philosophy of Italy is to to not concede a aim quite than rating a aim.”