Zlatan Ibrahimovic uploads brilliant tweet after his four goals help PSG secure the title

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has plenty to smile about this weekend.

His Paris Saint-Germain side have been confirmed as champions of Ligue 1 after their 9-0 spanking of Troyes put them 25 points clear.

During the match, the Swede notched four goals to take his tally to 35 in 38 appearances in all competitions.

But instead of celebrating with a few alcoholic beverages on the team coach after the match, it appears the striker opted for a slightly more chilled out journey.

He has uploaded a picture on his official Twitter account of him on a reclining chair with his match-ball, signed by all of his teammates, strapped into the seat next him.

See the tweet below:

It’s a mystery as to where Ibrahimovic finds space to keep all of his match balls with the 34-year-old surely having scored a copious amount of trebles in his illustrative career.

But he will, no doubt, be making sure he keeps hold of this one ball in particular.

Not only did his four goals help secure the league title, but his first three strikes all came within nine second-half minutes.

Watch all nine of PSG’s goals from their thrashing of Troyes here:

It may also be the last match-ball he takes home whilst playing for the French club. That’s because his contract expires in the summer at the Parc des Princes and there will be plenty of clubs around Europe interested in securing his services, given his incredible form this campaign.

He has been linked with a move to England having played in Holland, Italy and Spain before moving to France.

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has claimed on Sky Sports that he has heard that Ibrahimovic is interested in a move to the Emirates.

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