PSG forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has insisted that he isn’t in talks with any other clubs as his contract nears an end with the capital club.
The 34-year-old will see his current deal expire with the French champions this summer, which in turn has led to plenty of speculation over who his next club will be.
While it is still a possibility that he will remain in Paris having enjoyed great success since arriving at the club in 2012, he insists that he hasn’t spoken to any other interested parties at this stage.
“My future is I have another two months with PSG, then I have the Euros to play with my national team,” he said, as reported by Sky Sports.
“Whatever happens after that, like it is today, there is nothing after that. I’m not in discussion with anybody because for me it’s not the moment to talk about that.
“I’m not worried about the future. The future looks good after the season I’m doing.”
The Swedish international has scored 136 goals in 164 games for PSG, and will lead his country at Euro 2016 this summer hoping to achieve success in what is likely to be his final international tournament.
Despite his advancing years, he has continued to attract plenty of interest, with several Premier League sides paired with making a move while a return to Serie A has also been touted.
However, his more immediate focus will be on helping his current side achieve their ambitions of winning in Europe this season. Although they continue to canter towards another domestic title, it is clear that the Champions League is the main objective.