The 34-year-old had previously confirmed interest from the Premier League, but his next move could be one that no-one had anticipated as he considers calling it a day.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has said that he could retire in the summer, when his contract with Paris Saint-Germain will expire.
The 34-year-old Swede has been subject to a great deal of transfer speculation with his time in France apparently winding down, with clubs all over the world interested in the free agent. However, the veteran attacker, who is on course of his best ever scoring season, has produced a curve ball by suggesting he could hang up his boots.
“Anything could happen next summer... maybe I’ll just retire,” he told TV4. “Nobody’s thought of that possibility. I would prefer to go out at the top.”
Ibrahimovic has previously confirmed that there has been interest from England, where West Ham have confirmed they are seeking to make an eye-catching move for the striker, and though he reiterated this, he said there is some way to go before any decision is made.
“When all the cards are on the table, I’ll see which direction I want to take,” he said.
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