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Although 2013 has not finished the way Ibrahimovic would have wanted it to, with Sweden failing to qualify for the World Cup, it has been one of the best calendar years of his career.
PSG and the Swede are in imperious form at present. The European success that has proven so elusive for Ibra over the years may finally be forthcoming.
2014 promises to be another exceptional year for Ibrahimovic, but will it be his last at the very top?
At 32 years old, 33 by the time next season is getting underway, it is difficult to see him maintaining his current electric form despite his timeless genius.
Ibrahimovic may still be at PSG, but his international career must now be drawing to a close with Euro 2016 (fittingly set to be hosted in France) the possible scene for a swan song.
There is a long way to go until then though and the Swede no doubt has plans for a few new career chapters before calling it a day.
Career Honours: 20 trophies and counting (minus the two with Juventus it is 18)
1- Dutch Cup (KNVB Cup)
1- Johan Cruijff Shield (Dutch Super Cup)
2- Serie A (Scudetto) *Both were later removed due to the Calciopoli hearings.
3- Serie A
2- Supercoppa Italiana (Italian Super Cup)
1- La Liga
2- Supercopa de Espana (Spanish Super Cup)
1- UEFA Super Cup
1- FIFA Club World Cup
1- Serie A
1- Supercoppa Italiana (Italian Super Cup)
PSG (at present):
1- Ligue 1
1- Trophee des Champions
Sweden International Career (at present):
48 goals in 96 appearances
*All statistics thanks to soccerway.com, UEFA.com, ligue1.com and optasports.com (via Twitter).