The former Swedish striker opened up about his career in an interview with Piers Morgan
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave an interview to Piers Morgan, where he, like him, addressed some topics related to the world of football (and beyond) in a rather controversial way. From his villainous role in a James Bond film to his feud with Pep Guardiola, it’s fair to say that the former striker, who… The end of his career in June of this yearHe left nothing unsaid.
“The first time I met Pep Guardiola, he said to me: ‘Remember, the players here don’t come with Ferraris.’ What did I do? Of course, I took all… of my Ferraris.” He began by mentioning the Swede, before mentioning Mino Raiola, his long-time agent who died in April last year. “It was a huge loss. It wasn’t just my agent, he was my everything. I still miss him. We all miss him.”
In a more relaxed way, Ibrahimovic was also faced with a dilemma: football or sex? He stressed that “sex is better than football. Anyone who thinks differently has a problem and must ask for help,” adding: “When I say I am God, do you think I am joking? I am not.”
The 42-year-old former player was also challenged to star in a film with James Bond. He concluded by saying: “The answer, of course, was not disappointing: ‘I would destroy James Bond, but I am too expensive.’ “I don’t work for free.”
It should be noted that Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s interview with Piers Morgan will be released in full on Thursday.
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