Zlatan Ibrahimović To Potentially Make Shock Transfer To Egyptian Premier League
Zlatan Ibrahimović has accomplished so much in his career that there's not much point trying to doubt it. When he moved from Manchester United to LA Galaxy in 2018, it seemed like it might be his last club. But this is Zlatan we're talking about.
The Swedish striker could be about to make a shocking move to Egypt, according to Record (via 101 Great Goals). That's right, it would seem that the career of Ibrahimović is about to take a massive change in direction.
The former United striker has been linked with a move to Egyptian side Pyramids FC at the end of the season with LA Galaxy.
Pyramids club owner Turki Al-Sheikh has said that he wants to give fans a "Christmas present," so you can imagine that Ibrahimović would be the most perfect gift for them.
It's not even early days on this potential transfer. In fact, Record suggests that the deal could be finalised in the next couple of days.
Not many people - probably Ibrahimović included - would have imagined that he could end up playing in the Egyptian Premier League. After all, we're talking about a player who has played for the likes of Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan and Barcelona.
Ahmed Hassan, Pyramids FC spokesman: we don't have any interest in signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, he is great player but no negotiations at all.- Hady Of Egypt المدني (@hadyelmedany) 6 September 2018
no negotiation with Huddersfield Town winger Ramadan Sobhi, or WBA defender Ahmed Hegazi
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who will turn 37 next month, now at the LA Galaxy could make the move to Egypt when the MLS season ends. He's being linked with a switch to Egyptian side Pyramids FC pic.twitter.com/EW2TJGTiJz- HABIB A.MOHAMMED (@habibmohammed09) 6 September 2018
It's worth remembering that Ibrahimović is tied to LA Galaxy until December 2020, so it's not all plain sailing for a transfer to be made.
That's not to mention the fact that he turns 37 next month, which no doubt makes him a short-term investment.
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