“It’s time to bid farewell,” expressed by Zlatan Ibrahimovic while giving his retirement speech.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, at the age of 41, has made the decision to take retirement from professional soccer following AC Milan’s match against Verona. Struggling with knee problems, he played only four games this season, leading the ‘Rossoneri’ to conclude his remarkable journey in the sport with tears of joy. Discover Zlatan Ibrahimovic sheds tears of joy while giving his retirement speech at AC Milan.
This marks the end of an era for Zlatan Ibrahimovic. After the match at San Siro, he spoke emotionally, saying, “There are countless memories and emotions. When I first arrived here, you brought me happiness, and the second time, you showered me with love. I am grateful to my family and those close to me for their patience, and I want to express my gratitude to my teammates, my second family. I also extend my thanks to the coach for the trust placed in me and the management for the opportunities. And most importantly, to the fans, thank you for making me feel at home. I will forever be a devoted AC Milan supporter. It’s time to bid farewell to Calcio, not to you.”
Zlatan Ibrahimović:— Lega Serie A (@SerieA_EN) June 4, 2023
"The time has arrived to say goodbye".
We will miss you, forever and 𝐀𝐋𝐖𝐀𝐈𝐙❤️🖤
Good luck in retirement 👏 pic.twitter.com/vF0w3kCKU9
Throughout his remarkable 27-season career in top-tier soccer, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become renowned for his goal-scoring prowess and accumulation of titles, albeit primarily at the domestic level. He secured four French league championships with PSG, four Scudetto titles with Inter and Milan, another league championship during his brief yet impactful stint at Barcelona, and two Eredivisie titles during his early days with Ajax. Regrettably, the elusive Champions League title prevented him from contending for more prestigious individual accolades.
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