Published: Sat, April 28, 2018
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

No World Cup 2018 for Ibrahimovic, says Swedish FA chief

No World Cup 2018 for Ibrahimovic, says Swedish FA chief

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's World Cup return has finally been ruled out after the striker has hinted for months that he could come out of worldwide retirement. "The men's national team's greatest scorer of all time has not returned and will not play".

Lars Richt said in a statement Thursday that he spoke with Ibrahimovic two days ago and "he informed me that he hadn't changed his mind about the national side".

The 36-year-old who last played at a World Cup with Sweden in 2006, retired from the Swedish team after the 2016 European Championship.

Finally, the situation with the arrival of Ibrahimovic in the world Cup in Russian Federation has clarified the General Manager of the national team, Lars RICHT.

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Earlier, the 36-yer-old who is plying his trade for the LA Galaxy in the MLS had claimed in his ever-animated manner that there can not be any World Cup without Zlatan. "I think Sweden are the favourites to win the World Cup because they're better without Zlatan".

He said: "I have obviously been intensively courted by betting companies throughout my career, but up until now I have not been presented to anything that has triggered me". Is now the star striker is the club MLS "Los Angeles galaxy".

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