AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic didn’t shy away from facing the winter elements when the giant shared a video of himself falling into the snow in only underwear.

Ibrahimovic is currently recovering from a muscle injury but the evergreen star got off to a great start to the 2020/21 season, winning eleven times in ten games for Milan when he ended at the top of Serie A in 2020 and for a first Scudetto since 2011 fought.

Milan hope to have the 39-year-old striker back soon after resuming his Serie A campaign against Benevento on January 3. Meanwhile, Ibrahimovic has sought alternative cryotherapy treatment by dipping a video of himself in a frosty landscape.

The forward posted the clip to his 46 million Instagram followers and referred to his planned appearance at the upcoming Sanremo music festival, which he has renamed “Zanremo”.

At the beginning of the vacation, Ibrahimovic shared a video of a snowy scene and a tennis court with the message: “In the middle of nowhere, by the way, we are everywhere.”

Ibrahimovic has had a typically eventful 2020 that supported Milan’s resurgence on his return to the club while also overcoming a Covid-19 infection.

“Covid had the courage to challenge me. Bad idea, “tweeted the footballer in a characteristically bombastic way.

He then led a local authorities’ Covid security campaign in the Lombardy region where the giant Swedish striker lives.

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In addition to the Milan club team’s potential success in Serie A in 2021, attention will also be focused on whether Ibrahimovic will leave international retirement to help his nation with the late European Championships this summer.

Swedish fellow striker Jordan Larsson, son of ex-Celtic and Barcelona legend Henrik, spoke to RT Sport in early September and said it would be “amazing” if the great striker returned.

“He’s a great player. He is 39 years old and still doing what he does. It’s absolutely amazing, ”said Larsson.

“It would only be positive if he came back. Obviously it would be more difficult for me to get into the squad, but for Swedish football in general it would be amazing. “

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