The outspoken agent expects his client to see out his two-and-a-half year deal in northern Italy, and has described the Swede's ban for the clash against Juventus as "unjust"
The 30-year-old's long-term future at San Siro is currently uncertain, with the hitman failing to publicly pledge his commitment to the club, but his representative has moved to allay fears his client could seek pastures new in the summer.
"Ibra has a contract for two more years [at Milan], but [I am] 99.9 per cent [certain] that he will stay here," Raiola told Sky Sport Italia.
Raiola then proceeded to criticise the Lega Calcio Disciplinary Committee's decision to not revoke Ibrahimovic's suspension, which has seen him ruled out of contention for Saturday's crunch Serie A meeting with Juventus.
"I expected that they would go ahead with the three-match ban but I think it was unjust because I thought [his slap on Napoli defender Salvatore Aronica] was not a violent act," concluded the agent.