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Zlatan never considered move

Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he never considered leaving Paris St Germain during the summer transfer window.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Enjoying his time in France

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Enjoying his time in France

The Swedish striker has spent just 12 months in France, but has seen his future called into question throughout that time.

Talk of a return to Italy, where he has been so successful, refuses to go away - with former employers Juventus and AC Milan both reported to be keen on luring him back to Serie A.

PSG's big-money capture of Edinson Cavani did little to curb the rumours, with it suggested that Ibrahimovic may be moved on to make way for the Uruguayan.

The mercurial 31-year-old is, however, adamant that leaving the reigning Ligue 1 champions never crossed his mind as he is enjoying his football in the French capital.

Ibrahimovic said: "I always knew that I would not leave Paris St Germain this summer. The club takes care of me very well.

"Of course, you never know what will happen, but I never really considered leaving PSG."

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ell, if he'd be unable to reject an offer from Barcelona or Madrid, he may as well join Arsenal while he's waiting for them to call. It's a logical progression.

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zeko is nothing more than a Bosnian Andy Carroll.

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h ha ha, excellent. Let's hope he goes on the run. Then they hunt piggy down for scoffing all the apples. At least he's done something right - he has united football fans, regardless of who they support, against FIFA and all those at the top who have been bleeding the game for their own means and giving nothing back.

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