Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals why he’d retire at Manchester United

by Tanveer Arayan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he’d stop playing football if he won the Premier League title with Manchester United.

The Swede has won silverware all over the world and will undoubtedly have his mind set on adding Premier League winners’ crown to his glowing array of titles.

He’s won 13 championships in four different leagues, but claims winning one of the most competitive titles in the world would be enough for him to stop playing football.

“Oooof it would be fantastic to win the tile,” he said.

“If I could win the Premier League, the next day I would stop playing football… almost!

“We have been a little bit unlucky in certain games, but we believe and when you believe it will come. Hopefully I can win it and I will win it.”

Zlatan has had a remarkable career in football, playing at some of the biggest clubs in the world and what better way to finish it than the Premier League title?

His goal scoring record as one of the world’s most prolific strikers last year proves he’s only gotten better as he’s aged, but at 35, there are big doubts over how long his body can keep up with the high demands in England.

It would be nice to send Zlatan off with the title, but Jose Mourinho’s side have been far too inconsistent so far and have plenty of work to do to close the gap.

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