Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic (40) announced the news of the Nations League matches against Norway, according to Aftonbladet.
The Swedish newspaper wrote that Ibrahimovic reportedly refused to participate in the Swedish national team meeting in June Aftonbladet.
The reason is the injuries that the 40-year-old had recently.
Thus, Zlatan loses two Nations League matches against Norway. The first game is played at Friends Arena in Stockholm on June 5, while the second takes place at Ullevaal on June 12.
Sky Sports Italia previously reported that the Swede may not be able to play more than ten minutes in the last Serie A match due to injury, and Italy’s Gazzetta della Sport also wrote that Zlatan is now considering whether or not to leave.
Thus, we miss what could have been an iconic duel between former pioneering Scandinavian phenomenon Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Crown Prince Erling Braut Haaland.
Sweden will play a total of four matches, the last two against Slovenia and Serbia. Ibrahimovic reports maturity to everyone.
Thus, Ståle Solbakken does not have to think about the striker who was considered one of the best players in the world a few years ago.
The national team manager hinted earlier this year that he may have to “take control of Zlatan”.
Those who played against Slovakia are good at protecting the stadium. And also Stefan (Strandberg): Solbakken said they are uncompromising, even in the head game.
Zlatan returned to the national team in 2021 after a long break from yellow and blue. He managed to play in five matches before this deadline.
The question now is whether he will wear the Swedish national team shirt again, or whether the veteran striker chooses to join the national team – again.
Recently, he talked about the future.
– I panic a little, because what do you do when it’s over? What is the next chapter? I’m in a situation where I’m getting close to the finish line. But I’ll try to put it off and get to it as much as possible, Ibrahimovic says on the ESPN FC football podcast.
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