Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the striker of AC Milan, the reigning champion of the Italian Serie A stage, has revealed. What moments of his career became the worst memories?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that his only season at Barcelona was the ‘worst memory’ of his career. The Swedish striker moved to Camp Nou in 2009 after winning three consecutive league titles with Inter, but he stayed in Spain for only a year before moving back to Italy to join AC Milan Ibrahi. Movic has scored 22 goals in 46 appearances for Barcelona. But admits he doesn’t look back fondly on his time with the UFABET club. and claimed he was ‘disappointed’ at that moment in his career.
When asked about his depressing moments in football Ibrahimovic told Canal Plus : “My worst memory? I think it’s Barcelona, but not for football there, what happens is that I think too much . I do things differently and would think twice before acting. Lost my identity there. After that, I found it again. And that allows me to rule the world.”
Ibrahimovic’s opinion Pointed out that it wasn’t just the on-field things that made him feel unhappy at Barcelona. And he previously revealed that he had a disagreement with Pep Guardiola who took charge of the team at that time. Speaking about his problems with Guardiola in an interview with Sky Sports Italia in 2017, Ibrahimovic said: “When I entered the room, he walked out. When I asked to meet him, he didn’t know where to go. I can understand that it’s not just about football.”
“But the problem lies with him. He refused to settle the problem with me. I remember my first day. He told me that Barcelona players must not drive Ferraris or Porsches for training . but you will judge people How can one, if not yet known? This is my experience with him, others I don’t know, but I read that (Mario) Mandzukic and (Samuel) Eto’o had the same. He’s not the worst coach I’ve ever worked with. But he is undoubtedly the youngest coach because a man has to solve his own problems.”
Ibrahimovic left Barcelona in 2010 to join AC Milan on loan, where he won the Scudetto in his first season before moving on permanently. He later went on to win more league titles at PSG before joining Manchester United and LA Galaxy, and then moved back to AC Milan in 2007. 2020 Ibrahimovic added another trophy last season, netting eight top-flight goals to help the Rossoneri win the league for the first time in 11 years. He underwent head surgery. Knee in the summer has led to speculations that he might be close to hanging up his boots. But now he had postponed those plans. And the 41-year-old is expected to return to the field in early 2023.