EXTRA TIME By George Ankers
The maverick striker has just finished spending his summer fending off interest from a "desperate" AC Milan as he decided to stay at Paris Saint-Germain, while breaking the internet back home on the side as news of a Champions League reunion with Malmo brought down his first team's official website .
Now joining up with the Sweden national side once again for the latest round of Euro 2016 qualifiers, Ibrahimovic has been dazzling his team-mates in training almost as a matter of course.
With a trip to Russia on Saturday in sight, the 33-year-old warmed up with a scorching goal - which, of course, he celebrated in typical unimpressed style.
Boom boom!!! En kanon i krysset från Zlatan Ibrahimovic på dagens träning. Rysslandsmatchen närmar sig och sedan fyller vi Friends mot Österrike på tisdag. #fyllFriends #dengulaväggenPosted by Svenska Fotbollslandslagen on Wednesday, 2 September 2015
After the showdown with Russia, Zlatan's next test will be a home game on Tuesday against Austria - who unexpectedly top Group G six games in, their 16 points four better than Sweden and twice the record of Leonid Slutsky's side.