At 41, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will leave AC Milan and end his career. The Swedish striker broke the news in tears in the middle of the pitch after his club’s last match of the season in Serie A.

Injured in recent years, Sweden’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic has decided to end her career. As his contract with AC Milan ends this month, the former FC Barcelona and PSG striker will not extend the adventure with the Lombard club and will leave the lawns for good at the same time.

The 41-year-old announced the news himself this Sunday, after the Rossoneri’s last game in the league.

“I have so many memories and emotions here, the first time I came here, you gave me happiness. The second time, love”, first said the Swedish giant.

“And especially the supporters. I will be a Milanese for the rest of my life. It’s time to say goodbye to football, but not to you. We’ll see each other again, if we’re lucky. Forza Milan and goodbye”.

Ibrahimovic is therefore retiring from football after a very rich career. He passed by Ajax Amsterdam, Juventus, Inter Milan, FC Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United.

Zlatan has many league titles to his credit: two in the Netherlands, five in Italy (three with Inter, two with Milan), one in Spain and four in France. Despite these many clubs, however, he has never have won the Champions League.