After missing AC Milan’s most recent match against Torino, Zlatan Ibrahimović’s future with the Rossoneri looks in doubt as his injury struggles continue to prevent him from playing regularly.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ibrahimović missed the 0-0 draw against Torino because of an overload in his knee, which has been a recurring injury for him this season. The report adds that his knee problems have been a result of fatigue and not physical trauma.

Since August, the 40-year-old has been forced to the sidelines on five separate occasions and has only made 23 appearances this season, most of which have come from the bench. Despite playing just under 1100 minutes, the Swede has amassed 8 goals and 2 assists while still proving he still has what it takes to perform at the highest level.

It is unclear when Milan’s star striker will be back on the pitch, but his worrying injury record has led both Ibrahimović and the club management to reconsider whether a renewable will be considered or if the Swede’s illustrious playing career will come to an end in June.