Former Manchester United footballerZlatan Ibrahimovic has ruled out any move to the Old Trafford or AC Milan in January transfer window.
The former Sweden international has been linked with a move back to Europe when the transfer window reopens in January, with LA Galaxy's new MLS season not starting again until March.
But Zlatan highlighted he is fully committed to the Galaxy, saying, "There is interest, there's no secret. There is interest from Europe, but my priority is the Galaxy. I'm here and I'm happy to be here.
"Interest … There will always be interest. This is normal. When I was injured one year, then yes, but now when I'm back, alive, it is not a surprise.
"If I belong to the Galaxy, I'm a Galaxy player, I don't go abroad. If I belong to one club, I stay with one club and focus on that club and give all my attention to that club."
While Ibrahimovic wants to stay in Los Angeles, he warned that he expects the team to do what it takes to turn themselves into true MLS contenders.
"For me to return, I want to be able to challenge for the trophy," the 37 year-old added. "I am not here for a vacation. I am here for the challenge.
"I want to feel I have a chance to be the best in MLS – my team, not me, because I am the best. I want to feel my team against the other ones.
"In the long term, I don't know how it looks like. It is new for me – I am here six or seven months. But the club knows all my wishes and all my demands. It is up to them what they want.
"But they are positive and they have been very good to me. They have helped me and my family with whatever I need. Let's say I am not worried."
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