Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Change of Scenery for Zlatan Ibrahimovic the Swedish football star and plays as a striker, will leave the Paris Saint-Germain after four successful seasons to test the free agency waters. His impending move will be one of the biggest transfer stories of the summer. His contract with the club will expire in July but he did not announce his next squad.According to ESPN, he has been linked to play for the Major League Soccer of United States of America, specifically the LA Galaxy. There are some rumors that the Manchester united and his former team, AC Milan will go after him.
But LA Galaxy President Chris Klein declined to comment about Ibrahimovic at first, but a source said that the forward has reached an agreement to play in MLS and most likely, he would land in the Galaxy.However, the Philadelphia Union joined the mix as they hold the discovery rights for the 34-year old but Union coach Jim Curtin admitted that their interest to Zlatan is just a tactical move, according to The Guardian.
Change of Scenery for Zlatan Ibrahimovic the Swedish football star and a team leader
The 34-year old superstar will be a big addition to the team he’s about to land. He is one of the most-feared strikers in Europe because of his impecable timing and uncanny ability to score.His style of play has been described of ESPN as “good in the air, tall, strong, and agile.” He also plays active with his back to goal and boasts some of the best finishing, vision, passing and ball control around.Despite he has been criticised for his work-rate in big matches, he has scored in some of the biggest matches in football including the El Clásico in Spain, Le Classique in France, and Milan Derby in Italy.
He had four successful seasons in PSG wherein he is the team’s franchise player and the ambassador in some of the big leagues in Europe.PSG is a French-based squad who’s playing in the Ligue 1, also a league from France. The pony-tailed striker joined the club in July 2012 and he is the all-time leading goal scorer with 154 in 179 games. He also recorded an unparalleled 109 goals in Ligue 1 history including the 38 goals last 2015-2016 season.He also participated in Union of European Football Associations Champions League and EuroCup. He scored 20 goals in UEFA including 4 in a match.When it comes to international scene, he played for the Sweden national team although he has eligibility playing for Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. His father Sefik is a Bosnian while his mother Jurka Gravic is a Croat. He made his debut for Sweden in a 0-0 friendly draw against the Faroe Island in 2001.
He made his debut for Sweden in a 0-0 friendly draw against the Faroe Island in 2001.L ater on, Change of Scenery for Zlatan Ibrahimovic the Swedish football star he played his first competitive match against Azerbaijan, scoring in a 3-0 win in the 2002 World Cup Qualifier. He also participated for the Sweden squad in 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea/Japan but they are eliminated in the round of 16 against Senegal. In the 2006 World Cup, Zlatan scored four goals in a 7-0 win against Malta but again eliminated in the round of 16 against the powerhouse Germany. He later played in 2010 and 2014 World Cup as the team captain. He formerly played at Malmo FF, Ajax FC, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona F.C, and A.C Milan in the span of 13 years since starting his professional career in 1999.He will be playing his final Coup de France game against Marseille in the Finals tomorrow as Zlatan tries to lift and hoist another French title for one last time before he leave the PSG.