Iconic striker may stay in French capital.
Paris Saint Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dropped a fresh hint that he may be prepared to stay in Europe after claiming that he could retire at the club, according to Inside Futbol.
The Powerful Swede has played another pivotal role in helping the club claim their second straight Ligue 1 title this season and has shown that he is happy with his career in the French capital.
Recently the 32-year-old hinted that he has been considering his future at the club by suggesting that he could be keen to see out his career in the United States, but this week he waved off those rumours by suggesting that nothing is certain just yet.
“Sometimes I read or hear things about me wanting to leave, then I say very clearly that I feel good here,” he said.
“I’m very happy in Paris and I’m going to finish my career as a PSG player.”
Ibrahimovic has bagged 25 goals in 30 Ligue 1 games for PSG this season, while he also struck ten times in eight games in the club’s Champions League run.
The club will also be very keen to keep hold of him as they could be set to lose Edinson Cavani this summer as he is reportedly unhappy at playing second fiddle to the Swedish hit man.