Zlatan Ibrahimovic not part of Sweden's World Cup plans

Zlatan Ibrahimovic not part of Sweden's World Cup plans

Zlatan Ibrahimovic not part of Sweden's World Cup plans

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has repeatedly claimed that he will be at this summer's World Cup and now, Sweden's coach Janne Andersson has now responded.

However, after Blågult shocked Europe by ousting Italy for a place in Russian Federation, the former Manchester United striker flirted with the idea of returning for a final World Cup swansong.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he's going to the World Cup in Russian Federation.

The man who plays his club football for French side Gunigamp told Main Oppose of the enigmatic striker: "It's up to the coach to see if he wants to bring him".

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"Let me first enjoy it here", Ibrahimovic said on March 30th.

When asked directly if the LA Galaxy forward was part of his plans, Andersson added: 'No, absolutely not.

'The others who have said "no" are not included either.

Ibrahimovic suggested he would come out of retirement to make himself available for the Russian showpiece, but Karl-Johan Johnsson made it clear the former Serie A star was wrong to sound so entitled.

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"We have always been aware of Zlatan's impressive on-field accomplishments, global appeal and colorful personality", said Lynne Biggar, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Visa Inc.

'With Zlatan, as a person, as a player he's an individualist, and the play goes around him. "We are a good group, but he is very individualistic and this could prove to be more trouble than it is worth for us".

"It's a different style of play when you have a player like Zlatan, Cristiano [Ronaldo] or [Lionel] Messi in your team, because they're world-class players". Now that Sweden are there, Ibrahimovic evidently wants in.

'I don't know if the coach wants such a big change, because he'll have to change the whole system of how he wants to play'.

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As one of the most decorated active footballers in the world, Zlatan has won 33 trophies in his career playing for nine teams across England, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and the United States.

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