- Zlatan Ibrahimovic's name could be numbered at the San Siro before the end of the season
- Reports claim the Swedish striker was involved in a training ground confrontation
- Ibrahimovic has been recently linked with a move to newly-promoted Serie B side Monza
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was reportedly involved in a training ground spat with AC Milan's Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis.
The 38-year-old made a sensational return to the San Siro before former coach Zvonimir Boban was sacked as manager of the club.
Zlatan signed a six-month deal with the Rossoneri back in January with an option of a further year.
But with the latest training ground fracas, Ibrahimovic may have seen the last days at the legendary Serie A club.
It is understood that the Swedish striker was involved with a heated argument with Gazidis after he turned up late for training.
According to Italian news media outlet SempreMilan, Ibrahimovic had slammed the club's chief executive for being too far from the club.
The former Barcelona star was also reported to have criticized Gazidis' wage cut policy that was caused by the global pandemic.
Gazidis apologized to Milan's first-team squad for not being around and agreed to accept a 50 per cent pay reduction for all players.
And reports claim Ibrahimovic was the player that was the most affected player whose wage was cut into half.
Ibrahimovic who is supposed to earn £3.5million in six months has scored four goals in ten appearances for Milan so far.
And it is uncertain if his deal will be extended due to the current global economic crisis and Ibrahimovic is reportedly considering leaving the club at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kaka could be headlining the second-tier of the Italian league as they look to join Serie B side Monza.
The club is under the ownership of former AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi and is looking to bring back his former employees Ibrahimovic and Kaka.
Kaka, 38, hung up his boots in 2017 but Ibrahimovic, 38, is currently on a short term contract with Rossoneri before the global pandemic.
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