Sweden's main man had planned to play at this year's Olympics. Empics Sports Photography Ltd.

Zlat's all, folks! Tomorrow could be the last time we see Ibra in a Sweden shirt

Sweden’s captain will retire from international football after Euro 2016.

ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC HAS confirmed that he will retire from international duty when Sweden’s Euro 2016 campaign comes to an end.

With 115 international caps and 62 goals to his name, the striker had planned to represent his country at the Rio Olympics later in the summer.

However, Sweden’s final Group E match against Belgium tomorrow night could be his last appearance for his side.

“The last game (at Euro 2016) will be my last for Sweden, so I hope it will not be tomorrow,” Ibrahimovic told the media ahead of the game.

“I am very proud of what I have achieved and will always bring the Swedish flag with me.”

The 34-year-old is currently a free agent having left Paris St-Germain in May, and has since been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United.

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