Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted that his future is uncertain with Major League Soccer (MLS) side LA Galaxy despite being a hit in the United States of America (USA).
The 36-year-old moved to the States from Manchester United in 2018, becoming one of the most high-profile players to move to the league.
The striker has had an impressive debut season, scoring 17 goals in 22 games, but he has confirmed that he has not made a decision on staying for another year.
"I don't know. This I have to discuss. This is not the moment to talk about that. It's something I'll discuss with the club. What they want, what I want. So let's see," Ibrahimovic said as quoted by ESPN.
500th career goal for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, scored in the way Zlatan Ibrahimovic only knows how. pic.twitter.com/VDGRby3u8a— Maps Maponyane (@MapsMaponyane) September 16, 2018
The Swede further went on to claim that it was a new experience playing for a struggling team, having always played for big clubs in his career. Galaxy are currently placed eighth in the Western Conference table, with 38 points from 29 games, 13 points behind leaders Sporting KC.
"It's a different challenge. The team I played for [before], I had that feeling like we were unbeatable. Nobody can destroy us. We will destroy everybody."
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has now become the third active player to score 500 goals in his career after Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.