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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Reveals His Future Plans Saying He's 'Just Warming Up'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Reveals His Future Plans Saying He's 'Just Warming Up'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has warned he is 'just warming up,' as the AC Milan striker dropped a video on social media to suggest he's not thinking of retiring.

The 38-year-old returned to AC Milan in January, after the end of his time at LA Galaxy, and he's scored seven goals in 16 appearances as Stefano Pioli's side have climbed up to sixth in the league.

It's not expected that he'll renew his contract with the Rossoneri this summer so he'll be free to leave. If anyone thought that closing in on 40 and not having a club would mean the end of Zlatan's career, then they don't know Zlatan.

The big Swede, in typically dramatic fashion, posted a video on Twitter on Saturday morning to show that he's got no intention of retiring.

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Speaking about his future at the San Siro to Sky Sports Italia earlier this week, the former PSG striker said, "I still have three games, still 10 days, nobody said anything to me and I don't expect anything else.

"There are things that we cannot control, but that seems strange to me, but we are doing great things. We play with great confidence and we believe in what we do.

"I'm working, I'm fine, the team is fine and doing good things.

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"When I arrived we are second or third in the standings, it means it is not bad."

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Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani admitted that his team had tried to sign Ibra back in January, before he moved to Milan again, but fans of the newly promoted side shouldn't get excited about their owner bringing Zlatan to the Premier League.

Radrizzani added he didn't think the former Manchester United forward could hack it in England's top tier now, saying, "Ibrahimovic will certainly be difficult. We tried to sign him in January, but he chose to join Milan and the deal vanished.

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"Now I think it's too late, the intensity of English football is different."

Ibra celebrates a recent goal. Image: PA Images
Ibra celebrates a recent goal. Image: PA Images

Since Serie A returned Milan are unbeaten in 10 games, winning seven of them, including wins over Juventus and Lazio, and have flown up the league.

Ibra has scored four times in those games, including in the comeback victory against Juve, and has looked up to full speed.

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Where do you think Zlatan will end up next? Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Football News, Serie A, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Premier League, AC Milan, Leeds United, Milan, Italy, European Football

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