Ibrahimovic to stop universal obligation after Euro 2016
Pleasant: Sweden’s whiz striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic declared on Tuesday he will resign from global football after Euro 2016.
“The last diversion with Sweden in the Euro will be my last amusement with Sweden. So I trust it won’t be tomorrow,” Ibrahimovic, 34, told a public interview in front of Wednesday’s last Group E diversion against Belgium in Nice.
He precluded any possibility of playing at the Rio Olympics in August.
Sweden’s record goalscorer with 62 objectives, Ibrahimovic is hoping to wind up the main player to score in four European Championship finals. Sweden must beat Belgium to stand a possibility of progressing to the last 16.
“I won’t take part in the Olympics in light of the fact that my last amusement will be the last diversion Sweden does in this Euro. So we should trust it goes to the extent that this would be possible,” he said.
Ibrahimovic, a record 10-time champ of the national Guldbollen recompense for player of the year, said he would go out with his head held high paying little respect to Wednesday’s outcome.
“I need to take this minute and thank every one of the supporters since they made it feasible for me to accomplish what I have accomplished. Without them it would not have been conceivable.
“So wherever I go, wherever I come, I’ll continually carry the Swedish banner with me and stand with it. So for me disillusionment doesn’t exist, just proudness, and thankful. I’m exceptionally grateful. So bless your heart.”
Ibrahimovic is out of agreement with Paris Saint-Germain after four seasons in Ligue 1, however is yet to focus on another club, in spite of the fact that Manchester United are supposed to be top choices to seal his marking.