Zlatan is and will always be… simply Zlatan!
In an interview with Uefa, Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic (40) answered a question about the end of his career in typical Ibra style – and with a mega attack of arrogance!
Ibrahimovic: “I’ll play until I see someone better than me!”
Ibra continued: “I don’t want to retire and then say I could have gone on because I would regret it for the rest of my life. The future has yet to be written, I’m not making plans and we’ll see what happens.”
It is impressive to see that Zlatan is still capable of it: in 18 games for AC Milan he scored eight goals, but also provided two assists. He also helped Milan to first place in Serie A.
In the past, Zlatan had shared his thoughts on the end of his career with sayings (“I’m like a good red wine, I get better and better with age”). It is unclear whether it would be wise for Ibra to give up his career.
The Swede pathetically: “We wake up, we get ready, we train, we eat and rest. The next day is the same. Do these things for 20 years and get adrenaline for it. If you suddenly stop, everything is missing, so you have to start all over again and start something new.”
He also commented on his performance with the Lombards in the Uefa interview. About the success with the “Rossoneri” he says: “I play with a lot of emotion because it’s a club that has given me luck and a lot and I think I’ve spent more years here than in all the clubs I represent have.”
Ibra has played for nine different clubs in his career (Malmö, Ajax Amsterdam, Inter, Barça, AC Milan, Paris St. Germain, Manchester United, LA Galaxy).
Will he then end his career at Milan or will there be a tenth?
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