Ibrahimovic informs Chelsea: I will never go to England

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has ruled out the chance of moving to England, in advance of Paris Saint Germain’s Champions League quarter final against Chelsea.

The Swedish attacker has been linked with a move to the Premier League, but the 32-year-old has no remorse over never making the transfer, and contends he now never will.

‘To come to England today is not a question,’ said the ex – Inter Milan player, who has been linked with a reunion with old boss Jose Mourinho.

‘It’s impossible to get me to England. Ask the people behind this (PSG) project; I don’t think they would let me go.

‘When I went to Milan there were some talks with English clubs but it was not in the picture.

‘I will not look back and say I should have played in England. I am happy. I respect the Premier League; it’s a great competition with many big teams and big individual players.

‘But I haven’t been part of it. My stories have been elsewhere. I have no regrets. Thank you.

‘This is my last contract in Europe and to win it I must win [the Champions League] with Paris.

Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are set to square off in the UEFA Champions League quarter finals. Although some might think it is an interesting and even match up, PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Chelsea are the favorites.

“I think Chelsea are the super favourites. We are beginners in everything we do while Chelsea have had a project for 10 years,”

Ibrahimovic said, via Sky Sports.

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