ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC declared ‘the wait is over’ as he unveiled the poster for the movie about his journey to the summit of football.
‘I Am Zlatan’ tells the story of Ibrahimovic’s rise in the beautiful game, starting from his childhood in Sweden and focusing on his time with Ajax.
Uploading the movie poster on Twitter, Ibrahimovic told fans: “When you come out of nowhere, you have to fight for everything.
“November 11, the wait is over…”
The film stars numerous actors as Ibrahimovic over the course of many years.
And super-agent Mino Raiola is even portrayed in the piece.
Ibrahimovic scored 48 goals in 110 games for Ajax, where he faced questions over his ability before gaining a huge move to Juventus in 2004.
Now 40 years old, the ex-Manchester United star is still doing the business in a second spell with AC Milan.
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Ibrahimovic has three goals in six games after bouncing back from injury.
And the Swede admits he has no plans to hang up his boots any time soon.
Ibrahimovic told Telefoot: “The secret to my longevity is in the mind, as I am trying to prove that 40 is just a number and I can continue to do what I love.
“I want to keep improving every day. Obviously I can’t play the way I did before, but I am more intelligent now and have more experience.
“When I was young I just played, even if I felt pain in my tendons. I wanted to win and score.
“With time and experience, I started using my head and realised how important it is to listen to your body.
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“My head is fine, but my body is getting old. It doesn’t always keep up with the head and it’s a problem.
“This year, I have to listen to my body, every little signal it sends me. Only by doing so can I avoid worse consequences.
“So I need to think slowly, day by day, and realise that I am not Superman.”
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