Ibrahimovic: I will not retire until I win a title with Milan and the future of football


 Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirmed his desire to stay with the Rossoneri until he achieves a title, stressing that he will not give up until he wins something with the club and then think about suspending the boot and announcing his retirement.

The Sweden international is 40 and has yet to play in 2022 due to a recurring Achilles tendon problem. 

“My future is football, and my world is football,” Ibrahimovic said during a ceremony on Sunday evening to present his new book. 

Ibrahimovic added, “I am disappointed that I am not able to play at the moment, and this really hurts me, especially when the team is in good shape, I want to be there and help the team. “We’re fighting for it, I won’t give up until I win something with this Milan team.” 

There are two options for the current season, with the Rossoneri leading the Serie A table, but they will also face Inter in the Italian Cup semi-finals and the first leg will be on Tuesday. 

Ibrahimovic continued: “If you do not have a sacrifice, the desire to give everything, you will not get anywhere. I wrote this book to send a message and say that everything is possible,” stressing: “It does not matter where you come from or who you are, as long as you are You want to achieve your goals.” 

Ibrahimovic also joked with the audience about why he had written this last book and whether there was anything left of it: “If I did, it’s only because I can’t remember!”.







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