Wednesday , November 25 2020

"I left in wheelchairs that criticized my trip to England"



Zlatan Ibrahimovic was about a year and a half in Manchester United. After eight months of a good level – 28 goals in 46 games – the Swedishman suffered a serious injury that led him to the field for seven months, which finally left in January 2017.

Forward, now in LA Galaxy, he remembered Red Devils, and his style.

"I had a long career before I went to England. People would say," You do not have to go to England, because if you do not get there, it will always tell you that you are not good enough. "Everyone disagreed with my decision. you know what? He was tired of giving me an adrenaline, "he said in an interview with Four Four Tvo.

"After I said how much I was in England, I was fortunate that I did not arrive ten years earlier, because if I did what I was doing at the age of 35, imagine if I did it at 25. That would be another story. I went away There they said that I arrived in a wheelchair. People from around the world Premier League they spoke, but I left them in wheelchairs. I did it, "he added.

Finally, international for Sweden also pointed out that the England championship was "overrated". «I like the Premier League. It was a challenge that motivated me. I feel that it is too much a priority in terms of individual and technical quality. However, the speed of the game is high. If you are not at best, you can not continue, "he said.

Ibrahim remembered clubs such as Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, ​​Milan, PSG, Manchester United and LA Galaki.


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