Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims 'there is no free time' as he works hard without his team-mates during international break
Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims there is 'no free time' for a top level sportsman, only 'hard work and objectives' as he keeps himself fit during the two week international break.
The 35-year-old may be retired from the international game, but shows that despite heading into the latter stages of his career he has no intentions of slowing down after posting a picture onto his Instagram of him training with an altitude mask.
Manchester United face a tough set of fixtures throughout October with away trips to Liverpool and Chelsea on their Premier League agenda, and Ibrahimovic is keen to keep... read more
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