Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic says that he will respect people who respect him, following his recent controversial comments and tendered his apologies.
Ibrahimovic has never been one to mince his words, and his most recent talked about incident was when he blew the lid after PSG were defeated by 3-2 Bordeaux.
In a fit of rage, the former Barcelona player slayed France, saying that the country doesn’t deserve a team like PSG.
The Swedish international suggested that his words may have been misinterpreted, and insisted that he has enjoyed every minute of life in the country, while playing for Laurent Blanc’s side.
“I respect people who respect me,” he said.
“Every day that I go through here, I have a fantastic time so I have no regrets.
“Nobody will change my opinion. From the first day I came to PSG, I had a good time.”
However, the 33-year-old was sorry for his comments, saying that he won’t hide from what he said, but will admit when he’s crossed the line.