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Ibrahimovic and Adriano Move To Re-assure Fans

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has refuted claims that he will retire from football after 3 years. The Swede is currently Ac Milan’s top scorer and most probably the best thing that ever happened to the club since the arrival of Ronaldinho.

Moving to re-assure fans the 29 year old released a statement to the effect that he would like to play as long as he can.

“It is not my intention to stop playing in three years, especially as my contract with Milan only expires in 2014,”

“I’d also like to point out that my transfer to Barcelona in the summer of 2009 was wanted exclusively by me.”

Also looking to offer some re-assurance to his fans Roma’s Adriano announced that he has no intention to leave the capital club. The once feared striker has since become a ‘toothless bulldog’ ever since his drinking problems came to the fore a few years ago while playing for Inter Milan.

Adriano has played only twice in the league this season leading former team mate Ronaldo to make a passionate for him to come back to Brazil.

“I don’t want to leave Roma like I did at Inter, but if it was down to me I would go back to Brazil. However, there has to be an agreement between the clubs, or I will stay here until 2013,”

“It’s true that Ronaldo called me, but I told him I had a contract here until 2013.

“I want to return to playing. I am well physically, but I don’t know if I am in the coach’s plans.”

With Roma coach Claudio Ranieri opting to bench Adriano, only a miracle can get him back to his glory days. However, miracles do happen.

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