- Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he’s wants to emulate football legend Diego Maradona by playing for Napoli
- The 38-year-old Swedish icon played for the likes of Juventus, Inter and AC Milan in Serue A
- Ibrahimovic remains optimistic he can still score 20 goals in Serie A
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he’s wants to emulate football legend Diego Maradona by returning to the Italian topflight after seeing out current contract with MLS giants LA Galaxy.
The Swedish icon, who has plied his trade with the likes of Juventus, Inter and AC Milan, claims he's eyeing a new experience at Maradona’s former club Napoli.
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“I am 38 years old and have the enthusiasm of a kid, with that same desire to win," Ibrahimovic was quoted as saying to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"That, for me, is everything.
"I am not yet thinking about my future, as I will evaluate with my family.
"In order to continue playing, I need something special that can keep that fire burning within me, whether it's here or elsewhere.
"Italy is my second home.
"I will listen to all offers, but I want to fight for the maximum target.
"If I were to come back, I'd want to challenge for the Scudetto, not just be signed by someone because I am Ibrahimovic.
"I can still make the difference, I'm not a zoo animal to be put on display for people to see.
"I can still get 20 goals in Serie A.
"Having experienced spells at some of Italy's top clubs, Ibrahimovic has sounded out a possible move to Napoli.
"I enjoyed the documentary dedicated to Diego Maradona, no one is like him," he stressed, even as he was quick to add.
"Seeing the love of that city would almost make me want to try an experience at Napoli, as it would be fantastic to replicate what Diego did.
"I'm not saying that I will go there as the final decision will depend on several factors, but that is a team that creates enthusiasm.
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"With me, the Stadio San Paolo would be full every Sunday.
"And then there's Carlo Ancelotti, a great coach,” Ibrahimovic submitted.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dropped a big hint that he could be hanging his boots from football on Sunday, October 20.
Ibrahimovic has been playing football for the past 20 years winning incredible titles in France, Italy, Spain and the Premier League in England.
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