Ibra hasn't played for his country in four years, but claims he could don the yellow jersey again on social media
announced his retirement from the international stage in 2016, after becoming his country's all-time record scorer with 62 goals in 116 appearances.
The Euro 2020 tournament has been pushed back a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sweden will be busy until then with friendlies and UEFA Nations League commitments, andIbrahimovic
is eager to return to the squad with a mysterious message on social media at the start of the week.
striker has posted an image of himself wearing his country's No.10 shirt on Twitter, with the caption: "Long time no see."
Supporters hope thatIbrahimovic
make himself available for selection ahead of the latest round of international matches, with Sweden scheduled to face Denmark in a friendly clash on November 11th before a Nations League double-header against Croatia and France.
His last goals for the Yellow and Blues came in a 2-2 Euro 2016 qualifying play-off draw against Denmark, with his brace sending the team through to the finals 4-3 on aggregate.
s chances of making his way back into the Sweden squad will be boosted by his impressive exploits in front of goal forMilan
at the start of the new season.
He has hit seven goals in his last four Serie A outings, with his latest effort helping the Rossoneri beat Udinese 2-1 to extend their lead at the top of the table to two points.
will go back in contention for a place in Stefano Pioli's line-up whenMilan
play host to Lille in the Europa League on Thursday night.