Emotional! as Zlatan Ibrahimović retires from Football

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Legendary footballer Zlatan Ibrahimovic finally announced his retirement from football at the age of 41 years. The striker has played competitive football since 1999, kicking his career at Malmo FC. 24 years later, the striker has achieved a lot by making appearances over nine teams where he won several trophies. In a career appearance of 988 games, Zlatan scored 573 goals with over 32 goals.

The Swedish international has played for the following football clubs, Malmö FF (1999-2001), Ajax (2001-2004), Juventus (2004-2006), Inter Milan (2006-2009)  Barcelona (2009-2011), AC Milan (2010-2012)  PSG (2012-2016)  Manchester United (2016-2018)  LA Galaxy (2018-2020)  AC Milan (2020-2023).

“I thank the journalists for your patience, now you’ll have less work to do without me … From tomorrow, I am a free man from this world of football.It was a long career, really long, thank you to everyone who gave me the strength, the adrenaline and the emotion to continue ,” Zlatan emotionally narrated.

The striker has not made any career decisions or a new path after football, and he states he will take a break to reflect on what the future holds for him.

“For the moment, I just want to take some time and enjoy what I’ve done. It’s not right to make decisions in a hurry; there’s too much emotion right now. I want to take the summer off, reflect and then we’ll see.”Ibrahimovich.

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