Former Sweden International, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dropped a massive hint that he could announce his retirement from the game this weekend.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is currently under the books of LA Galaxy striker is set to lead out his team in the MLS Cup play-off game on Sunday against Minnesota United and he has drop a hint about when he will be calling time on his career.
The LA Galaxy forward who has played for the likes of Barcelona, PSG, Manchester United has hinted that retirement could be close.
When asked about his plans and whether a meeting with Minnesota could be his farewell to the States, Ibrahimovic told reporters: “Could be.
“There are no other thoughts, I respect my contract. If I leave you will have less to write about.
“If I stay you will still have something to write about. Let’s see what happens. But let’s focus on the play-off. I think [my future] is not the right thing to discuss.
“I’ve had a good time, good experience. I’ve learned a lot on how it works here, still a work in progress.
“I’ve enjoyed it and that’s the most important. I came back from my injury and came like a little kid that just wanted to enjoy football. MLS gave me the opportunity and I took it.”
Ibrahimovic, who unveiled a bronze statue of himself in Malmo this month, hit 30 goals in the league season.