Why Zlatan Ibrahimovic will light up Paris
The great Ibra started his career at Malmö FF in the late 1990s under Roland Andersson. He was signed by Ajax, and made a name for himself under the mighty Ronald Koeman. Years later, he signed with Juventus for a massive €16 million.
Ibrahimovic soon gained fame in Serie A, benefiting from his strike partnership with David Trezeguet back in the day.
In 2006, he signed with league arch rival Internazionale, where he won individual awards such as the Italian Oscar del Calcio and the Swedish Guldbollen, and was named in the 2007 and 2009 UEFA Team of the Year, in addition to finishing as the league’s highest scorer in 2008–09 while winning three straight Scudetti.
In the summer of 2009 Barcelona snapped him up for a cool €69 million, the second highest transfer fee in football history.
His time at Barcelona was short lived however moving back to Serie A football with Milan the following season, in a deal which made him one of the highest paid footballers in the world and cost the Italian club a confirmed €24 million.
On July 17th this year Paris Saint-Germain confirmed that they had signed Ibrahimovic which made him the highest paid player in the game’s history (around £220,000-a-week)
Does he have the va va voom? course he does