AC Milan fear that Zlatan Ibrahimovic could potentially miss the rest of the season as he got an Achilles injury.
The 38-year-old striker got injured during a training session with the club as he was taking a shot, but he is due to undergo scans this week.
Ibrahimovic joined the Italian club in December for the third time in his professional football career and since then he netted 10 goals for Milan.
His contract with the club is set to expire in June 30, but Milan could extend it with another year.
The top-flight clubs in Italy have voted to resume the current campaign which has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus outbreak. The clubs voted the campaign to start from June 12, but they are still waiting for the government approval.
AC Milan are currently on the seventh place of the Serie A table, but they have 12 games left for play.
Last month there were many speculations around Ibrahimovic's future with the Italian club.
"I have a contract with Milan, and we will see how it ends there, if it will end," said Ibra.
“I have said I want to play football for as long as I possibly can, but you never know what will happen.
“I’m a person that wants to perform and to contribute with something, not just play because of what I have done or who I am.
“If you belong to a team, you have to contribute with something. We will see what happens.”
This injury might be crucial for Ibrahimovic professional career as a football player as he is already 38 and he will turn 39 this year.