Saturday, 29th May 2010

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has poured cold water on the many recent reports linking him with a move away from Barcelona. The Swedish striker, who arrived in a huge cash plus Samuel Eto'o deal from Inter last summer, has seen his future at the Camp Nou shrouded in doubt following what many see as a disappointing first campaign.

Ibrahimovic's agent, Mino Raiola told Sky Italia that his client is happy at Barcelona, but had "hoped that his season was different, but scored a total of 22 goals and his first year has been quite positive."

However, a move away from Barcelona at some point cannot be ruled out, especially as Raiola also added: "Ibrahimovic has never thought that Barca would be his last club. He is like [Jose] Mourinho and if he can win everything with Barca will need a new challenge."

With the Camp Nou giants having brought in David Villa and looking to add Cesc Fabregas, it may be decided Ibrahimovic can leave. And despite the Swede's contentment in the Catalan capital, the summer should be an interesting one.


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