Football Zlatan Ibrahimović hints at dramatic video for the continuation of his profession: “I’ve solely simply warming up”

italian representing AC Milan, who will play in Serie A in the main series Zlatan Ibrahimovic released on Saturday with a dramatic video on his Instagram account.

The 38-year-old Swedish star striker gives a pretty clear hint of continuing his career in the video. Ibrahimović says he is just warming up.

“So you think my career will be over soon? You don’t know me, ”Zlatan began.

“I have fought all my life. No one believed me, so I had to believe in myself. Some people wanted to break me, but they just made me stronger. Others wanted to deprive me, and that made me wiser, ”the attacker continued.

Meanwhile, the video revolves around highlights from Ibrahimović’s career. Eventually, Zlatan repeats his initial question to people who think he’s ready to hang his toy shoes on a pound.

“I only have one thing to say. I’m not like you. I am Zlatan Ibrahimović and I’m just warming up. “

In December, Zlatan, who confirmed his return to Milan, released his video just a few days after the club announced his head coach Stefano Piolin a two-year extension agreement.

An experienced Swede has got along well with Pioli and succeeded in the field as well. The balance is seven goals in 16 league matches.

“Ibrahimović’s contribution to the team’s growth has been obvious and I hope to be able to continue working with him, but there are many things that need to be brought to the table,” Pioli told AFP after Friday’s Atalanta draw.

“There’s no doubt he’s still good. He can be our driving force, but it depends on many different things. ”

AC Milan have two matches left throughout. It will face Sampdoria away on July 29 and end the series at its home ground against Cagliari on August 2nd.

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