Ibrahimović set to be part of Bayern Munich first team along with three youth players

in incredibles news, it seems that Bayern Munich have signed sizzling Swedish sensation Zlatan Ibrahimović, who has come back from
retirement one last time to help the Bavarian giants back to the top of the Bundesliga! Wait…hang on a second, that’s not right. It seems
that the news is even better than it first seemed; Arijon Ibrahimović will be returning to Bavaria from Frosinone Calcio.Bayern Munich

Having initially been loaned out for the season to the newly promoted Serie A side, who had a €3.5 million option to buy one
of the highest rated youngsters in the Bayern academy, Ibrahimović struggled for game time, struggling to get onto the field
during Frosinone’s relegation fight. Meanwhile, an epic last minute winner from relegation rivals Empoli saw them knock Frosinone down into Serie B. Whether the buy option is now too large or Frosinone simply did not believe Ibrahimovic was worth keeping around, it seems that they have decided to not exercise their option to buy, according to reporter Tobi Altschäffl and captured by @iMiaSanMia.

However, Altschäffl also reports that Bayern do not wish to loan Ibrahimovic again next season, instead desiring to keep him in and around the first team squad. Not just him, too; Adam Aznou, Javier Fernandez and Lovro Zvonarek are all apparently expected to “complement” the Bayern squad.

ข่าวล่าสุด Last News

Eden-Esports
Eden Esports to debut new broadcasting solutions for female esports event
AC-Milan
Here we go! Milan ready to announce new head coach
Alexis-Sanchez
Alexis Sanchez will leave Inter. Several clubs are vying for the player
Alvaro-Morata
The forward of Atletico Madrid is ready to leave Spain
Lionel Messi
Is the end of the story close? Messi has revealed the club where he will conclude his career
José Mourinho
José Mourinho has named the future Ballon d'Or winner
Joselu
Real Madrid has activated the buyout option for Espanyol's forward
Euro 2024
Euro 2024 kick off today Germany vs Scotland