The club patron wants his star man to trim his locks as he is not impressed with the current style, a report claims
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the club chief had a long meeting with the Sweden international during his last visit to Milanello.
During the talk, Berlusconi reportedly advised the former Barcelona and Inter striker to trim his hair.
Ibrahimovic has not cut his hair since the summer and is now sporting a ponytail, however, Berlusconi is eager for his players to look the part as well as play it.
It's not the first time the Milan supremo has offered advice on keeping up appearances. Last year he told coach Massimiliano Allegri to change his hairstyle.
Ibrahimovic is currently on international duty with Sweden as they prepare for their upcoming Group E Euro 2012 qualifiers.
Earlier, the ex-Juventus forward said he had become tired of football.