AC MILAN striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has showed off his remarkable physique in his most recent snap posted online.
The 40-year-old is pictured flexing his muscles after being rewarded with a one-year contract extension.
The Swedish legend captioned the Instagram post "different breed".
Fans reacted on social media with some calling him an "animal" while another replied "beast mode".
Ibrahimovic's international teammate, Tottenham star Dejan Kulusevski, reacted with a lion emoji.
His incredible toned body suggest Ibrahimovic is still fit and shows no signs of slowing down or nearing retirement.
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He has won 14 league titles in his career at Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan, Barcelona and PSG but his desire has not diminished.
Milan won Serie A last season, finishing above city rivals Inter, and despite not being the club's first choice centre-forward the veteran still played a key role.
He featured on 27 occasions in all competitions scoring eight goals.
A slight decrease from the two season previous where he netted 11 and 17 goals respectively.
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Having played for the Rossoneri earlier on in his career, he has scored 92 goals for the club and will be aiming to become a member of the 100 club in the approaching season.
It is unlikely he will play again until at least 2023 though, due to a procedure to fix a problem caused by a previous anterior cruciate ligament injury.
But Ibra will be ready to get back on the pitch as soon as he can and his post proves he is keeping fit and healthy in the meantime.
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