The Swedish striker is not ready to hang up his boots just yet, but his new team might raise a few eyebrows among his fans.

AC Milan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have decided to part ways after the end of the season, but that does not mean that the "Lion" is ready to put an end to his playing career.

The footballer has struggled with injuries for almost all season, being able to play a handful of games for the rossoneri, who have missed his input on the pitch as they have watched the 41-year-old playing only four games and scoring one goal. Now, there seems to be another club interested in his services, and it would see Zlatan teaming up again with some old pals of his.

The team that is willing to offer Zlatan one last chance to play is none other than Monza, owned by Silvio Berlusconi and operated by Adriano Galliani. According to FootMercato, Zlatan would join the Serie A side as a direct request by both execs, who were responsible for hiring Zlatan during his first stint with the rossoneri between 2010 and 2012. The media outlet states that Monza's execs have already agreed terms with the Swedish ace, who will sign a one-year deal with the club.

Zlatan would team up with players such as Pablo Mari, Alessio Cragno, and Mirko Maric, who led the team's efforts to avoid relegation in the ongoing season. Monza seem to have accomplished that feat, as they sit in tenth place of the Serie A with a 17-point advantage over Hellas Verona, the last team in the relegation zone.

It is yet to be seen if Ibrahimovic signs a deal with Monza for the next season, but the player's idea of one last dance in Serie A football should be quite appealing for fans to watch.