By David Lagercrantz, Zlatan Ibrahimović
I'm Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the tale of the soccer participant identified to enthusiasts all over the world as Ibra. Get the interior tale of his formative years at the improper aspect of the tracks in Malmö, Sweden, and his struggle opposed to the chances. Here’s Ibra’s tackle the golf equipment, the scandals, and on stars like Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Patrick Vieira and Lionel Messi.
In his personal phrases, Ibra tells us approximately his time at the Malmö FF formative years squad, and in regards to the dads from the nicer a part of city who attempted to get him kicked off the crew. We get the complete tale in regards to the conflicts in Ajax, the sale to Juventus, his successes in Italy and the scandal that just about ruined his occupation. He tells us concerning the wins with Inter Milan, approximately Mourinho, and approximately his most renowned objectives. He tells us approximately Helena, the children, and his lifestyles off the pitch. And for the 1st time ever we get the total fact approximately what fairly occurred among him and Pep Guardiola in Barcelona.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s autobiography is an exhilarating glance backstage of best department soccer.
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I Am Zlatan Ibrahimovic by David Lagercrantz, Zlatan Ibrahimović