Paris Saint-Germain have paid tribute to the departing Zlatan Ibrahimovic by creating a compilation of his best moments for the French champions.
The Swede’s four-season spell at the Parc des Princes will come to an end this summer when his contract expires - but what an unbelievable time he’s had at the club.
Four Ligue 1 titles, two Coupe de France trophies and three Coupe de la Ligues - not to mention the 156 goals in 180 appearances in all competitions - epitomises how successful Ibrahimovic, and his side, have been in recent years.
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In his final match, Zlatan scored twice in the Coupe de France cup final against Marseille to make sure that he - in his own words - “left a legend.”
But it’s not just on the pitch that Ibrahimovic is incredible. Off the pitch, the 34-year-old is also pretty legendary with his sense of humour and arrogance.
Therefore, the French club have complied Ibrahimovic’s spell in Paris into a seven-minute video which includes goals on the pitch, moments of brilliance in training and comical moments - watch the video below.
Despite reaching the end of his career, Zlatan shows no signs of slowing down - represented by his incredible 38 goals in 31 league matches, including 50 strikes in 51 matches in all competitions.
After such a sensational season, there were always going to be plenty of clubs interested in securing his services for a season or two. But Ibrahimovic’s future appears to have been decided if reports are to be believed.
Many media outlets are claiming that he is set for an amazing reunion with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. The Portuguese boss will shortly be confirmed as the new boss at Old Trafford and the Swede has been linked with a player/coaching role.
The pair worked together for one season at Inter Milan during the 2008/09 campaign where they won Serie A as Ibrahimovic scored 25 league goals.
Zlatan on Mourinho
Earlier this season, before his PSG side took on Chelsea in the Champions League, Ibrahimovic spoke of his affection towards Mourinho.
“We worked together for one year at Inter. The feeling was great between us and my only regret is that we were together for only one year,” Ibrahimovic told Telefoot, per the Daily Mail.
Now it seems as though Zlatan will get his wish - let’s just hope he’s as entertaining in England as he was during his time in France.