Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Sweden striker retires from international football
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has retired from international football immediately after Sweden were knocked out of Euro 2016.
The 34-year-old announced on Tuesday the tournament would be his final and he wouldn't represent Sweden at the Rio Olympics as previously thought.
He scored 62 targets in 116 games, but failed to net at this year's Euros.
The former Ajax, Barcelona, Juventus and Inter Milan striker has been linked using a move to Manchester United due to the fact he left PSG in the finish of the season.
Sweden coach Erik Hamren paid tribute, saying: "In a small nation like Sweden you might not obtain another player like him. He's genuinely, truly exclusive."
Sweden failed to win any of their three Group E games in France, drawing 1-1 together with the Republic of Ireland and losing to each Italy and Belgium.
"It's heavy, it's disappointing, but in the similar time I enjoyed it," Ibrahimovic mentioned. "We got the possibility to play at the Euros, and represent Sweden.
"I have several excellent memories from the national team."