Zlatan Ibrahimovic is calling it quits. Well, he is at least when it come to international soccer. The Swedish star confirmed he is set to retire from international duties after the Euro 2016 competition.
It doesn't come as much of a surprise as he is 34 and would be a bit to old to feature in the 2018 World Cup if Sweden were to make it. It did appear as if his international career would continue as he was named to his nation's provisional squad for the Summer Olympics, but this news likely ends that possibility.
Currently without a club after leaving PSG this summer, Ibrahimovic is expected to sign with Manchester United after Euro 2016. A report last week claimed he and the Jose Mourinho's club have agreed to terms on a deal. Manchester United has yet to make the signing official.