Ibrahimovic: That’s why I’m afraid of retiring from football

There star Swedish Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed his desire to stay at Milan until the end of his football career, expressing his “fear” of retiring from football.

Speaking to the Italian show “Chi Tempo Chi Fa”, Ibrahimovic said he was afraid to stop playing due to “the uncertainty of his next step after retirement,” according to “Reuters”.

The 40-year-old added: “I want to keep playing for as long as possible. I will keep playing as long as I have the motivation and adrenaline.”

Commenting on his contract with Milan, in expires at the end of the season in course, Al-Sultan said: “We are putting pressure on Milan through this program to extend my contract. I hope to stay at Milan for life. I still have goals. I strive to achieve.”

He continued: “I want to win the Scudetto again”, after doing it with the Rossoneri in 2011.

The national team player expressed his fears about retirement, saying: “I don’t know what will happen to me after I retire from football, so I’m afraid to stop playing. We’ll see, but I want to continue playing so I have no regrets.”

Ibrahimovic was on Saturday in bench in Milan’s 2-0 victory against Salnitana, in broadly speaking, to lead the championship by one point from his closest rivals.

Stefano Pioli’s team hosts Liverpool on Tuesday in Champions League, where it is enough for him to win to preserve his chances of reaching the round of 16.

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