Los Angeles Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic is proud of his achievements with his new club. The Swedish giant even thinks that he would have become the president of the United States if he had arrived 10 years ago.
Last Sunday, his team won 3-1 against Philadelphia thanks to a goal from Zlatan.
In the mixed zone after the meeting, interviewed by a journalist about what he brought to American football, Zlatan Ibrahimovic said: “I do not know if I changed anything. I’m just doing my job. You are lucky that I did not arrive ten years ago, otherwise I would be president today. “
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The former Manchester United player joined the Los Angeles Galaxy club in March. Since his arrival, Zlatan has been one of the top forwards in Major League Soccer with 12 goals scored in his first 15 games.
Interestingly, if the Swede had the ambition to become a tenant of the White House one day, this ambition would remain a dream because according to the US Constitution, foreigners are not allowed to run for presidential elections.
Zlatan was born in Malmö, Sweden, to a Bosnian father and a Croatian mother.