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LA GALAXY, Ibrahimovic: "I'd still make a difference in Italian football. My Malmoe statue? I'm not special, it's hard work paying off"

09.10.2019 00.00 by Claudio Colla  read 880
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Interviewed by Sky Sport Italia, Los Angeles Galaxy star forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who just turned 38, stated: "I'd be  100% ready to play Serie A again. And I feel like I could still make a difference there. In the Italian league as in other ones, by the way. I'd still be better than most players around there. Quitting? We'll see, I have to assess a lot of things. Ancelotti? I'm in great terms with him. He's a great boss, as well as a lovable individual. I was lucky to meet him and work with him. Too bad it was a year only, it was a great time in both our careers. My statue in Malmoe? It's a great honour being celebrated in the country I grew up into. I'm not special, it's just hard work paying off. I ate Sweden for breakfast, Europe for lunch, and the world for dinner".

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