Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has The Perfect Response To 'What's In Area 51?'
There's only one Zlatan Ibrahimovic on this planet, that's for sure, but the LA Galaxy player confirmed that there definitely isn't another one like him from outer space either.
Right now there are 1.6 million people on Facebook who claim that on Friday 20th September this year they'll be storming the government facility in Nevada known as Area 51, with another 1.2 million 'interested' in joining.
No one knows what's at Area 51 but it's a long held belief that the facility is where the US government holds alien lifeforms.
Whilst it remains a mystery to us all one man knows what isn't there. Asked what he thinks people will find after storming the location Zlatan Ibrahimovic said 'Not another Zlatan, that's for sure.'
A spokeswoman for the military sent a warning about the idea to 'storm' Area 51, telling the Washington Post, "[Area 51] is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces."
Whilst a post in the group from Facebook user Jackson Barnes plays the whole thing off as a joke, saying, "Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan.
"I just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the Internet. I'm not responsible if people decide to actually storm area 51."
Ibrahimovic doesn't need to raid the facility of course because as he said he's got his own Area 51, although I'm not quite sure what that means.
Ibra was in his typical arrogant mood recently when he joked with De Telegraaf that he would like to return to Ajax as a director, saying, "Normally I don't return to clubs where I have already played, but maybe after my career I can become a director at Ajax. Then I would do a better job than anyone who is sitting there now."
After winning a domestic double and reaching the Champions League semi-final last season it seems the directors at the Johan Cruyff Arena are doing a pretty good job, something the former striker did acknowledge, adding, "Ajax is still my club in the Netherlands and I am proud to have been part of it, especially when I see how they present themselves in Europe. They have done what nobody expected and produce players that they are used to producing. It's wonderful to see."
If we ever do make contact with other extraterrestrials from another planet please let Zlatan be the one to talk to them first!