Raiola is angered by referees as he claims that they are targetting his client following his two recent red cards in Milan's push for the Scudetto in Italy's Serie A
His fury comes after the 29-year-old received a three-match ban for using abusive language towards an assistant in the 2-1 victory at Fiorentina last week.
It was his second red card in successive games having just returned from a previous suspension for his sending-off against Bari last month.
And Raiola feels his client is being stitched up as he blames match officials for failing the hitman.
"They do all they can so he doesn't play," he thundered on Sky Sport Italia.
"When it happens he is too relaxed and when he relaxes too much it is not good.
"It's normal that I say referees have it in for him. He makes one challenge in a game and they book him. It's ridiculous and shameful."
Reports suggested Ibrahimovic would be leaving at the end of term, a claim Raiola denies.
"He is not feeling unwell. He will remain at Milan," he said.
Fir the moment Ibrahimovic is on loan at San Siro, but Milan agreed to buy him at the end of this season when the deal was arranged last summer.