The 41-year-old soccer star recently made a comeback for Milan after a nine-month absence following knee surgery.
In the return against Atalanta in Serie A, the striker got 16 playing minutes and in the match against Fiorentina after that it was 24 minutes.
On Monday evening, Milan will host Salernitana in the league game and next weekend the Milan club will visit Udinese in Serie A – then the national team will have a break.
This week we will get the answer if Ibrahimovic is selected in the Swedish squad for the European Championship qualifiers at home against Belgium (March 24) and Azerbaijan (March 27).
— You’ll see that on Wednesday, whether he’s there or not. But I have previously expressed that if Zlatan is fit and healthy, even though he may not be able to start matches, the player and personality he has been in meetings and what he has shown in terms of commitment and leadership, I think he can add a lot anyway. Much like in Milan, even if he doesn’t play that long, I think he can add a lot, says national team captain Janne Andersson to Fotbollskanalen.