Ibrahimovic rules out Premier League switch

The 31-year-old, who led the Ligue 1 scoring charts least term, has played down his chances of moving to England, though admitted "you never know" what can happen in football
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has ruled out a move to the Premier League and says he has a responsibility to remain with the Ligue 1 outfit.

The Sweden international moved to the French capital last summer for a reported fee of £18.5 million, and went on to top the division's scoring charts with 30 goals in 34 appearances.

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His place in the side had been thrown into doubt following the arrival of Edinson Cavani, but the talismanic 31-year-old insists he is happy to remain at the Parc des Princes.

"To come to England? My time has passed," Ibrahimovic told BBC Sport.

"I am above 30, I have a good relationship with PSG, with the team. I feel that I can bring out all my qualities at PSG. I have a big responsibility also at PSG. So in my mind, no.

"But then you never know what happens in football. When I went to Barcelona, I was living my dream.

"In my head I was there for five years. In the end I was there for only one. So every time I plan my future, I change it. So better to take one day at a time."