Zlatan Ibrahimovic has dropped a huge hint that he is bound for this summer's World Cup after saying chances of playing for Sweden in Russian Federation are "skyhoga", which is Swedish for "sky-high".
Last month, Ibrahimovic told Swedish reporters that "the door isn't closed for anything" and "If I want, I am there", in reference to making the trip to Russian Federation in June.
With 62 goals in 116 games, Zlatan is Sweden's all-time top scorer and sixth most-capped player in history.
They face a tough task getting out of the group stages at the tournament, however, after they were drawn against defending champions Germany, Mexico and South Korea.
The 36-year-old Swede continued his inspired form for the Galaxy on Sunday (AEST), scoring the victor in the first half at a sold-out Toyota Park in Chicago.
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