Mercurial Swede raises questions of future plans.
PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has thrown his future at the club into doubt after hinting that he may not be there for much longer, Sky Sports reports.
The 31-year-old seemed to reaffirm his commitment to the club in the wake of their title victory last weekend, and whatever happens, he hopes that current boss Carlo Ancelotti will still be in charge next term. However, with the Italian coach asking to be released from his obligations, the Swedish international could not guarantee that he would still be around to see who would replace him.
“We’ll see, there is a lot going on,” he told Swedish broadcaster TV4. “At other times when I have said I should stay, I changed clubs, so I dare not say anything.
“I have two years left and anything can happen. I have learned this in football.”
Asked about Ancelotti, he said: “I have a great relationship with him and I do not want him to leave. For me he is the right man for this project and he has done fantastically well considering how difficult it was.
“He has not said much to us, it’s private and between him and the club.”
However, Ibrahimovic said he did not believe many coaches would be capable of handling PSG as well as Ancelotti.
“The team is now well regarded internationally and has many great personalities on the team,” he said. “You have to bring in someone who can handle it. I do not think many can do it.”