Zlatan Ibrahimovic dedicated his Serie A title win to his former agent Mino Raiola and said he kept his promise to Milan supporters. The 40-year-old played a key role throughout the season for the Rossoneri and told Sky Sport Italia how important the win was for him:
It’s wonderful, I was here last time Milan won and 11 years later we win it and I’m here again.
I arrived here making a promise and I kept it. Many laughed when I said that we’d win the Scudetto again, but we worked hard and showed the team what it means to suffer for your results.
I dedicate this to Mino, he was one of those who wanted me at Milan and told me I was the only one who could save Milan. I dedicate this trophy to him.
I need to be in good shape, I need to do things. When I feel good, then I’ll see what the situation is. I still feel that I can make the difference when I’m on the pitch. I don’t see another Ibra out there.
I will make a decision over the next few days. I had a really tough time lately, it was bad both physically, but also for other personal matters. At the end of the day, I did everything I could to help Milan win this trophy.
I was afraid that I might have to quit, but I want to do it my way. Naturally, I talk a lot in the locker room, I told everyone to stay concentrated, as it’s easy in these situations to lose your head. It is revenge for many players that people didn’t believe in.”