Zlatan Ibrahimovic has to move after hostility. However, this does not apply to the scorer personally - rather, a homage to the home became the target of constant attacks.
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic was honored with a statue in his home country of Sweden .
- However, the image of the eccentric striker is always the target of attacks .
- Obviously, this has to do with the suitability of the cult striker - now the reaction is.
Stockholm - According to the claim of the eccentric superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic , this should border on "blasphemy": The monument to the Swedish cult football player in the service of AC Milan is likely to be relocated to a new location in his hometown of Malmö after several cases of vandalism. The daily Sydsvenskan reports that the executive committee of the city council would shortly decide to move the homage to Ibrahimovic and asked Malmö FF football club to consider an alternative. Club boss Niclas Carlnen, however, did not want to have heard of these plans.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Vandalism - statue must change location
The three-meter-high statue of Zlatan Ibrahimovic is to be rebuilt in autumn 2020, the report further shows. The souvenir of Sweden's most popular footballer was unveiled next to Malmo’s stadium in October 2019, but had to be removed shortly afterwards for repair after the Zlatan statue’s legs were sawed off. World-class footballer Cristiano Ronaldo even became a laughing figure * with his statue in 2017.
The vandalism began after it became known in November 2019 that the 38-year-old Ibrahimovic had become a partner in Malmö rival Hammarby IF, a Stockholm-based club. In December part of the nose and ankle were also sawn off. In addition, the monument, which cost around 47,000 euros, was also sprayed with silver paint.
Serie A is two months in Sweden because of Corona - Ibrahimovic
Ibrahimovic is currently under contract with AC Milan again, having previously been with LA Galaxy in the North American MLS. He recently returned to Italy after spending two months in Sweden during the coronavirus pandemic *. During this time he also trained at Hammarby, which also sparked speculation about a possible return to the Swedish elite league.
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