Serie A giants AC Milan are willing to extend Zlatan Ibrahimovic stay in Italy by handing him a new deal.
38-year-old Zlatan returned to Milan in January signing a six-month contract to the end of the campaign after parting ways with Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy.
The Swedish striker has gone to net 10 goals and providing 5 assists in 19 appearances, becoming the focal point of Milan's attack as they secured Europa League qualification with a fixture to spare.
Italian publication Gazzetta Dello Sport via The Sun now reports that Milan is ready to double Ibrahimovic's salary and offer him a two-year deal. If the striker can meet certain appearance and performance-related targets, the contract could see him earn up to £104,000-a-week until he's 40-years-old.
The reports come at a time when there are claims that Premier League new boys Leeds are interested in Zlatan services but the allure of playing in Europe is said to be something the player is considering.
Of the 17 Serie A games Ibrahimovic has featured in, the Rossoneri have won 10, drawn five and lost just two.
Zlatan Ibrahimović is the first player to score 50 Serie A goals for both Inter and AC Milan.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) July 29, 2020
🔵⚫️ 57 goals
⚫️🔴 50 goals
107 for the city in total. pic.twitter.com/gB1MgKDv0h