Ibrahimovic reiterates desire to end career at Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has once again talked about his wish to make the Milan jersey the last one he dawns in an interview with La Gazzetta Dello Sport, ahead of the Rossoneri’s crucial game against Juventus on Saturday.
The big Swede who spent a troubled year at Barcelona last season, also spoke of his motivation to switch clubs and addressed the debate about his compatibility with strike partner Alexandre Pato.
“I don’t aspire to be a club icon. It’s better to change clubs than stay at the same one for a long time as you learn a lot through changing your environment. A great player must be decisive at many different clubs.”
You need motivation to be at your best. It’s always easier to look strong at the same place. However, Milan will be the last for club for me. I will stop playing at 33(in four year’s time). I don’t really fancy myself staying and spitting blood to the very end.”

Ibra allayed fears that he would miss out in the crunch tie against the Bianconeri after suffering from a knock earlier this week: “I will be there against Juventus. I am angry with everyone, not just with Pato”, he joked when asked about the dynamics between the front two.
Milan are currently five points clear of their city rivals at the top of the table and will also face Tottenham in the Champions League Round of 16 this coming week.

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