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Zlatan has signed off from PSG with the most Zlatan message ever

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A man who once uttered the words "I can't help but laugh at how perfect I am" was never going to leave the Parc des Princes without uttering a supremely confident farewell statement, but even so, this is something truly beautiful to behold.

34-year-old striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is ending his four-year stay at Paris Saint Germain tomorrow after 121 games - interestingly, the most he has played for any side in his career - and a phenomenal 111 goals. This season alone he's banged in 46 goals in 49 matches.

So how did he choose to mark this occasion? Like this:

Don't ever change Zlatan.

Where will the great man head next? No one really knows - rumours about that he will have a stab at playing in the Premier League, while others predict he may head for the rather easier climes of the US or Qatar. Where he goes, we can't imagine he'll be short of confidence at continuing his success.

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