The Swedish star, who scored an incredible 30-yard bicycle kick in a 4-2 win over England in 2012, is preparing with his PSG teammates to play Chelsea in the Champions League quarterfinal 1st leg. But English fans won’t be getting used to seeing Zlatan face Chelsea’s league rivals, according to the forward:
“This is my last contract in Europe and to win it I will have to win it with Paris,” said Ibrahimovic, who is under contract at the Parc des Princes until 2016.
“The day I leave Paris is the day I will go down a level or quit football. If we will be the kings of Europe, I don’t know. I don’t want to think so far (ahead). Let’s think about the two games against Chelsea. It’s impossible to get me to England,”
“The day I stop with football it will not be that I look back and I say to myself ‘Maybe I should’ve played in England.’ I haven’t been part of it. I made stories in other countries. It’s nothing that I regret.”
Ibrahimvoic comes up against his former Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho in the Champions League.