In his 40s in less than a month, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has not yet decided to hang up his crampons. Truly not…
On October 3, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will blow out its 40 candles. Always with so much arrogance and determination. In an interview with France Football, the experienced Swede who since last season is enjoying the heyday of theAC Milan takes stock of his career but does not admit defeat in the ultimate challenges facing him. « I think I’m missing the charts He breathes, referring to the Ballon d’Or. The C1, which is also missing from its hunting table, inspiring him the following comment: ” That doesn’t make me a worse player … »
Breathable football since his earliest childhood and his professional debut in Malmö in 1999, Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not yet imagine giving up his passion. ” For every player, it’s very hard when you retire. During your career, you are programmed. Every day, you get up, you eat your breakfast, you train, you finish training, and then someone takes care of you, we prepare your lunch, you come home, you rest, you hang out with your family or whatever, and the next day it’s the same. You press “repeat” », He notes.
“After my career, I want to disappear”
Therein lies the great anguish of the Scandinavian colossus. ” The day you quit, the first morning, you wake up and say to yourself, “What the hell am I doing now?” You are no longer programmed and you are entering a new chapter in your life. And that scares me. What will I do ? “A disarming confession which precedes another:” After my career, I want to disappear. When you live in this world for as long as I have, you know what you’ve been going through mentally and physically. So I want to disappear and enjoy my life … »