Zlatan Ibrahimovic will NOT play at World Cup with Sweden

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will NOT play at World Cup with Sweden

Zlatan Ibrahimovic will NOT play at World Cup with Sweden

The chances of Zlatan Ibrahimovic coming out of worldwide retirement for the World Cup have all but evaporated.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic spoke to the Swedish national team from 2001 to 2016 (116 matches and 62 goals). The striker, who recently joined the LA Galaxy, has hinted that he could make a return to the national team for the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Ibrahimovic made a decision to retire from worldwide football following Sweden's failure to get out of the group stage at Euro 2016.

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Mid-way through April, Ibrahimovic told Jimmy Kimmel Live! that he would be going to the World Cup, but was vague on details. "I think Sweden are the favourites to win the World Cup because they're better without Zlatan".

The 36-year-old recently left Manchester United and moved to the Major League Soccer, signing for LA Galaxy.

This statement immediately responded coach Janne Andersson of Sweden, who said that the services of a veteran does not need.

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Ibrahimovic earlier suggested that he would be travelling to Russian Federation for the World Cup, but refused to suggest if he will be the part of the squad. "If I say more, people will hang me so I have to be careful what I say now".

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