With 43 goals in 50 appearances as a member of Paris Saint-Germain, Zlatan Ibrahimovic looks like he's far from finished with playing overseas. But, when his current deal with PSG comes to an end in two years, Ibrahimovic would, believe it or not, consider a move to the MLS. On a conference call with U.S. promoters to discuss PSG's Jan. 2 friendly against Real Madrid in Doha, Ibra admitted, "Of course, [MLS] could be interesting," he said. "In America, maybe not everyone knows who I am there so maybe I can come over and play some seasons and that way people get to know me."
"I will be 34-35. I want to play football, yes, but I want to get results that I can get," Ibrahimovic said. "If I’m 35 and can bring results in MLS maybe I’ll be too old or something. I don’t know but for sure, I want to enjoy football." If you think Ibra would just be a shell of his former self by that time, here's what he had to say about that, "I think I’m like wine. The older the wine gets, the better it is. The older I get, the better I am." Regardless of Zlatan's skill level in his mid-30s, his talent will undoubtedly drive in ticket sales and keep people awaiting his next outlandish remark. It's a win-win for everyone!