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Money: Zlatan does not plan to take a new international retirement

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the kind of question that has the gift of Zlatan annoying.

Beat in the final of dams for the World Cup by Poland (2-0) , the Sweden of Zlatan Ibrahimović will not see Qatar next fall. A few months of celebrating his 42 years, the former PSG striker logically saw the question on a possible international retirement. But the giant of Milan swept from a hand setback the possibility of giving way to young people.

"I will continue as long as I can. You will not have any other answer here just because we did not win this game and did not qualify for the Mondial , responded to the native of Malmö in a press conference after the meeting. This applies to the selection, but also for Milan.

more than a few years to share the selection with his sons.

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