ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC’S “sky high” tweet about making a sensational return for Sweden at the World Cup may just have been a marketing ploy. Twitter Fan
ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC’S “sky high” tweet about making a sensational return for Sweden at the World Cup may just have been a marketing ploy.
Twitter Fans think Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s tweet about playing in the World Cup could just have been a marketing ploy
The LA Galaxy striker, 36, yesterday sent fans into overdrive by appearing to signal his intention of being in Russia.
Ibra retired from international duty following his nation’s dismal showing at Euro 2016.
But now doubts are swirling about the likelihood of it actually happening after a second update from the former Manchester United frontman.
Ibrahimovic this morning tweeted a video for betting company Bethard in which he appears.
Twitter The legendary striker looks to play down the chances of him being in Russia in a new promotion
Getty Images Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to star for Sweden in this summer’s World Cup
Sitting down reading a paper, Ibra is asked by a man getting a tattoo: “What are the odds of you playing in the World Cup?”
Zlatan replies: “Sky high.”
The man then asks: “Perfect. When are we going?”
Ibrahimovic says: “Are you thick or what? High odds mean no chance.”
Twitter Skeptical fans are linking Zlatan’s ‘sky high’ tweet with this new advert