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Ibra: ‘Tonali will do well in the Premier League. Me at Milan as manager? Let’s see what happens…’

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Ibra: ‘Tonali will do well in the Premier League.  Me at Milan as manager?  Let’s see what happens…’

I didn’t think I’d be so comfortable after I quit, but right now I feel calm, very calm and this thing surprises me, it’s really cool. I thought I would be much more stressed.” These are the words of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to news which interviewed him on the sidelines of the presentation of a line of food supplements of which he is a member. The Swede also spoke about the latest events at Milan and his future.

The hug with Maldini: “I’m sorry for him, it’s a flag”

On meeting Maldini at the Coldplay concert at San Siro: “A big hug… In reality, we only spoke a few words. I have a good relationship with him, we played against him and I’m sorry that we weren’t together as a team. But we worked together, we won. Then, for all the rest, I do not know what happened. I’m sorry for Paolo, because he is a banner of Milan.”

“Tonali ready for the Premier League”

Then the thought on the now imminent sale of Sandro Tonali to Newcastle: “Ready for the Premier League? Yes, I think yes. Of course, it depends on him. THEor I made him understand the right mentality he must have to win, and he won. He has grown a lot with Milan, he has a great responsibility and he still has to grow, but in England he will make it, and he will make it well.”

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“Future at Milan? Let’s see what happens…”

Finally on his possible future still at Milan: “I’m proud of the fact that people want to see me again in Milan in another role too. Milan has remained in my heart, what I went through with this club is something that remains forever within the Heart. And then seeing the passion of the fans like today is something that gives me a lot. Return? Let’s see what happens.” Then he closes with a smile: “Now I’ll take some time, let’s see what happens. It’s only been three weeks, maybe I’ll go back to playing, you never know. Maybe in a month I’m in training camp with Milan…”

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