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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's challenging message during his recovery

Zlatan Ibrahimovic surprised everyone with a message on social networks

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was injured playing for Milan and missed the European Championship for Sweden.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic was injured playing for Milan and missed the European Championship for Sweden.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's a person who has an attitude that, for many, is arrogant. But no one can doubt that with his temperament, he's one of the most important footballers in history. And after several days without hearing from him after the confirmation that he will not play the European Championship due to the knee injury he suffered playing for Milan against Juventus, the Swedish forward reappeared on social networks with a challenging message for the future.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic was injured playing for Milan and missed the European Championship for Sweden. Photo: Mediotiempo.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's optimistic about his recovery from a left knee injury. On his Twitter account, the AC Milan striker was putting off his possible retirement after a season marked by muscle discomfort. "It only ends when I say it ends".

At 39, the Swedish giant's focused on returning to the pitch as soon as possible. Even so, with an estimated time of injury until the end of June, his participation for the European Championship with the Swedish team is ruled out. For its part, Sweden will face Spain on June 14 on the first day of group E.

Ibra was injured in the match against Juventus in Turin, corresponding to matchday 35 of Serie A. Now from home, the footballer continues to work hard to get ready in the preseason with the Rossonero team.

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