Ibrahimovic May Play At 2018 W/Cup

Carrie Guzman
April 20, 2018

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".

Ibrahimovic noted this on Wednesday, adding that he might be forced out of retirement from national duty and play in Russian Federation. (It's worth noting at this point that Ibra has scored a total zero goals at World Cups).

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

After conquering the grounds of Europe and managing to win the hearts of an entire generation of earnest spectators of the great game, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has moved to the United States of America, and now plays football in the MLS under LA Galaxy.

"We have had a deal where we agreed on what was going on and where he was very clear to me".

Asked by reporters in Los Angeles whether he would be at the finals, he replied: "I'm going to the World Cup, yes".

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

But Guingamp goalkeeper Karl-Johan Johnsson, who's expected to be the first-choice goalkeeper at the tournament feels it would be unfair to include the all-time record goalscorer. I'm sure if he does join, he will play well.

'With Zlatan, as a person, as a player he's an individualist, and the play goes around him. "For the most part here soccer is a game we wish our kids didn't play so we didn't have go to it on the weekends", said the host, Jimmy Kimmel.

"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".

But Janne Andersson, coach of the Sweden national team, told Swedish media that he was not now trying to convince Ibrahimovic to return, saying the ball was in the striker's court.

Ibrahimovic said last month he wanted to concentrate on settling into his career in Major League Soccer before thinking about the World Cup.

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