The Dan Patrick Show: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Cornelia Mascio
Aprile 20, 2018

Zlatan Ibrahimović teased a potential return to global play with the Swedish national team during a recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live".

Ibrahimovic, who last played at a World Cup with Sweden in 2006, retired from worldwide football after the 2016 European Championship. Speaking to Jimmy, Zlatan said "It wouldn't be a World Cup" if he didn't play.

"I'm going to the World Cup, yes", Ibrahimovic told Kimmel when asked about his plans for the World Cup.

"Why did Zlatan come to Los Angeles?" "Will you have cleats on the bottom of your shoes or will they be regular shoes?"

"The World Cup is another question".

The interview follows Wednesday's appearance on Jimmy Kimmel's show, where Ibrahimovic explained that the greatest gift he could give to Los Angeles is himself and promised that his teammates wouldn't be fed up with his cockiness because he was going to make them a star.

Ibrahimović retired from worldwide competition in 2016, but has teased a potential comeback since his native Sweden qualified for the 2018 World Cup - their first time making the tournament in 12 years.

Ibrahimovic, whose last appearance in the World Cup came with Sweden in 2006, further fuelled speculation of his return saying, "I mean, a World Cup without me wouldn't be a World Cup". Unfortunately, the Swedish legend informed us that this hypothetical would not be happening.

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