Zlatan Ibrahimovic doesn't mind a bit of self-promotion, so it will come as no surprise that he has declared he'll leave Paris St Germain this summer as a legend.
The 34-year-old's contract is up and, while it was fully expected he was set to leave the French capital, the striker concluded he should also remind everyone he has the most swag in world football.
My last game tomorrow at Parc des Princes. I came like a king, left like a legend pic.twitter.com/OpLL3wzKh0
-- Zlatan Ibrahimovic (@Ibra_official) May 13, 2016
Ibrahimovic has reason to feel pretty good about his PSG stay - he has won four Ligue 1 winners' medals, three Coupe de la Ligue titles and could add a second Coupe de France crown when PSG meet Marseille on May 21.
He's then free to move to any club, with English teams such as Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all reportedly interested.
He might be in his mid-30s but Ibrahimovic has shown little sign of slowing down - hitting 46 goals in all competitions for PSG this term - and has hinted he would like to have a crack at English football.
He's won titles in Holland, Italy and Spain so it'd be a brave person to bet against him adding England to that list.