Zlatan Ibrahimovic is open to a PSG return – but only as manager

‘I cannot come for anything else’: Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals he is open to a PSG return – but only as manager

  • Zlatan Ibahimovic insisted he’d only take the top job at PSG should he return 
  • The Swedish striker is still playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS and said he is happy 
  •  He is also undecided over whether to return to Europe in MLS off-season

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has claimed former club Paris Saint-Germain want him to return to the club – but he would only be interested in the top job.

Ibranhimovic, 37, spent four years at PSG before leaving in 2016, making 180 appearances and scoring 156 goals.

And while the ex-Manchester United striker is still playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS, he admitted he is starting to give thought to his retirement plans.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he would consider the manager's role at Paris Saint-Germain

Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he would consider the manager’s role at Paris Saint-Germain

He told L’Equipe: ‘At PSG, they want me to work for the club.

‘If I come back to PSG, it’s to be the boss. I cannot come for anything else. The only way to make me come, that will be it.

‘There are no other possible positions for me. But it’s not for now, I’m an active player and I still want to play. When I choose what I want to do, I will inform the world.’

Ibrahimovic won Ligue 1 on four occasions, before moving to the Premier League with Manchester United.

Swedish striker Ibrahimovic insists he is still happy playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS

Swedish striker Ibrahimovic insists he is still happy playing for LA Galaxy in the MLS

And while he has starred for LA Galaxy this year, he refused to rule out a temporary return back to europe during the MLS off-season.

‘I do not know what I’m going to do. I know that many European clubs are interested, but I am happy here, I love my life, my family too. And I need a challenge, a reason to keep playing.

‘I do not want to come to a club just because I’m Zlatan Ibrahimovic. I want to arrive and make a difference. That’s what I’ve always done, everywhere.’

 

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