“If he is motivated and able to recover.” Zlatan Ibrahimovic could return from his latest injury setback in Milan said Professor Pier Paolo Mariani.
Through yesterday’s training with the Rossoneri, the former Sweden international sustained a calf injury following that he will be checked today.
Reports in Italy believe that
The 38-year-old may have harmed the Achilles tendon and may have been forced to stop for a longer time, according to reports in Italy but Mariani thought that the veteran may return to his ‘normal’ level, who suffered a number of football injuries.
“I can’t talk about things I don’t know,” Mariani told. “I’ll just say that a champion like Ibrahimovic can definitely start expressing himself on the level he is used to.”
“I don’t know the timing because I don’t know the extent of the injury, so I can’t evaluate how much strength or elasticity it could lose.”
“It depends on many factors. Certainly, at 38 or 39 years of age, it can depend on the psychological factors of the athlete. If he’s motivated, if he has the will to recover after a long period out, nothing can prevent him from returning to his standard level.”