Italian National Team manager Roberto Mancini, spoke earlier this week on the TV program Tiki-Taka - La repubblica del pallone about AC Milan, Ibrahimovic and the fight for the scudetto.
"I see Inter very well and I think this can be an important year. The championship is very open also because it is such a special year and many teams are in the race. Milan are deservedly in the lead and Ibrahimovic is doing well even at 40. He knows how to manage his strength and I am very happy for him."
On Ibrahimovic's clash with Lukaku:
"These are things that have always happened on the pitch and will continue to happen. The referee warned them, maybe he could send them off but that's the end of it, we've talked about it too much and we don't have to go further. I don't think they should be disqualified for months, the referee was there and decided for the yellow. If he had heard something in particular I think he would have done something but I don't know what they said to each other." said the former Inter Milan head coach to the program presented by Piero Chiambretti.