BREAKING: Sky journalist gives details conversation Between Ibrahimovic and Pioli as he explains why Ibrahimovic to Milan Training

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s return to Milanello has stirred much debate, and one journalist has detailed his visit.

Milan are in a difficult situation after losing the derby 5-1 to Inter on Saturday evening, and they must respond promptly against Newcastle United in the first game of their Champions League group stage campaign tomorrow.

Today’s training session at Milanello included an unexpected guest, with Ibrahimovic pictured arriving at the training facility before speaking with Stefano Pioli and CEO Giorgio Furlani on the sidelines.

Peppe Di Stefano talked live from Milanello during a Sky update regarding Ibrahimovic’s comeback and what it means, with his views carried by Radio Rossonera.

Photo: Ibrahimovic meets Pioli before undergoing voluntary individual  training session

“Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to Milanello almost three months later, and from what we understand, he should have even arrived a few days before the derby,” he stated.

“Instead, he arrived today, and by chance, he arrived just as all the journalists were stationed outside the sports center’s gates, waiting to enter.” Everyone greeted the Swede like a king, including managers, employees, and players.

“When he arrived, he went straight to the locker room and gym to greet everyone.” Then, during training, Zlatan Ibrahimovic approached the pitch, welcomed everyone of the technical staff, hugged and spoke with coach Stefano Pioli, and stood on the sidelines with Giorgio Furlani as if he were a manager to monitor the training ahead of Milan-Newcastle.

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“I believe Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to Milanello not only for himself, not for personal reasons, but because he truly cares about Milan and recognized that it was a difficult time.”

“Zlatan understands that his presence, given and considering what happened this summer with the change in management, could help the group, help him perhaps reawaken pride in some players in particular because the derby defeat was not a normal defeat.”

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