The striker who scored 50 goals for PSG this season and left after a trophy-laden spell and with uncertainty over his next destination, has made it clear he is not retiring to a nice, easy league back home.
Speaking to journalists in a press conference, he said:

‘I am too good for Allsvenskan [Sweden’s top league]. I want you to keep writing your stories so I get excited when I see them. When I’m tired of it I will let you know where I will go.’

Rumours continue to swirl around a possible reunion with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, while some are of the opinion he may not be able to keep up with the pace and intensity of the Premier League, Zlatan says it’s all in the mind.

‘Let’s see what happens, I am just warming up. I had a great season, a fantastic season so I proved age is just a number. Everything is in your head. Everything you want to do, you do. If I want to make it, I will make it. If I want to do it I will do it.’

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