Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who announced his retirement after the end of last season, has once again shown off his verbal skills. 

‘Football Talk’ published an interview with Zlatan on the 12th (KST). Zlatan said, “I don’t miss soccer. I just miss soccer. With more than 500 goals and more than 30 titles, I am the king of kings,” he said. 

Zlatan is a Swedish striker. He made his debut for Malmö in 1999 and played for nine clubs in seven different leagues before retiring from AC Milan in 2023, winning 32 trophies in his career, including one UEFA Europa League (UEL), five Serie A, four Ligue 1, two Eredivisie, and one La Liga. 

Zlatan came through the youth ranks of Malmö BI and FBK Balkan at the age of six. He made his debut for Malmö in 1999, and despite his young age, he was a revelation, leading Malmö to the first division after being relegated to the second division. Despite his height, he was very good underfoot and his off-the-field demeanor attracted a lot of attention. 

Ahead of the 2001-02 season, Zlatan moved to the Netherlands. The highest transfer fee in the history of the Swedish league, Zlatan moved to Ajax and was given the number 9 shirt, the number of Marco van Basten, with huge expectations. However, he struggled to settle in at Ajax under pressure in his first season, scoring just six goals in the league. 

Zlatan was unhappy in the Netherlands and was unhappy with the way Ajax managed their players, which led to his decision to leave. In the summer of 2004, Zlatan injured Ajax captain Rafael van der Vaart in an A-match between the Netherlands and Sweden, which led to a media frenzy and a move to Juventus. 

At Juventus, Zlatan was able to push David Trezeguet and Del Piero for a starting spot. While Zlatan was skinny during his time at Ajax, he became a physical monster at Juventus, gaining nearly 20 kilograms through a disciplined diet and weight training regimen. Zlatan scored double-digit goals in two consecutive seasons. 

He then moved to Inter Milan, where he met coach Jose Mourinho. In 2008-09, Zlatan scored 25 goals in Serie A alone, before moving to FC Barcelona in 2009-10. However, he fell out with Pep Guardiola after losing out to Lionel Messi, and after just one season, he returned to Serie A with a move to AC Milan. 

Zlatan excelled in Milan before moving to Paris Saint-Germain. Responsible for over 30 goals every season, Zlatan won four consecutive Ligue 1 titles before joining Manchester United on a free transfer at the end of the 2015-16 season. He won three trophies with the Red Devils before returning to Milan via LA Galaxy. 

In 2021-22, Zlatan helped Milan win the Serie A title with eight goals and three assists in 23 league games before announcing his retirement last season. Since 메이저토토사이트 retiring, Zlatan has been a senior advisor to Milan’s owners and senior management. He scored 561 goals in his professional career and won a whopping 32 trophies. 

One of the things that makes Zlatan so endearing is his flamboyant demeanor. He talks himself up to the point of insanity, but only because he’s so good at what he does. ”I came here as a king and I’m leaving as a legend,” he tweeted before his final game for PSG. 

“Lions don’t recover like humans,” he said after returning from a ruptured cruciate ligament at United seven months after a year-long rehabilitation. His rhetoric continued at his retirement ceremony. To the booing opposing supporters, Zlatan said, “Boo all you want now. This is the biggest moment of the year you’re going to see me,” he shouted. 

In retirement, Zlatan hasn’t changed. Once again, Zlatan melted the hearts of his fans with his eloquent words, saying that he doesn’t miss soccer and that soccer misses him. He may not have surpassed Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, but it’s clear that he was one of the best soccer players in the world.