Reports have suggested that Ibrahimovic could move away from the French Champions this summer following a falling out with manager Laurent Blanc.
Zlatan Ibrahimoivc insists that he will see out the remainder of his contract with Paris St Germain, ending speculation linking him with a move away from the French Champions, Goal.com reports.
According to several reports, Ibrahimovic had fallen out with PSG’s new manager Laurent Blanc over the arrival of Edinson Cavani from Napoli.
Other reports had suggested that Ibrahimovic was considering retirement from the game but the striker has moved to quell those rumours and insists that he is staying in the French capital for the time being.
“I will play for as long as possible,” the 31-year-old forward told reporters on the eve of his nation’s friendly against Norway.
“As long as I’m well, physically and mentally, I will continue. I have a contract with PSG for two more seasons and I will definitely respect that. Then, we’ll see.”
Ibrahimovic joined PSG last summer, moving from AC Milan for £17.1 million and had an instant impact for the French club, scoring 30 league goals last season as PSG won their first Ligue 1 title since 1994.
The Swede had been linked with a move to the Premier League but it now seems that he will stay in Paris for awhile yet.