... as Ibra thinks PSG is bet­ter

The Sun (Malaysia) - - SPORTS -

ZLA­TAN IBRAHI­MOVIC HAS claimed Manch­ester United are not as strong as his for­mer club Paris Saint-Ger­main, but the de­ci­sion to leave for Old Traf­ford was “an easy one”. “The team I signed for this sum­mer is not as strong as the one I left, but when (Jose) Mour­inho called the de­ci­sion was easy,” said Ibrahi­movic, speak­ing to Swedish news­pa­per Afto­bladet. “When he calls I have no prob­lem com­ing, all we had to de­cide was when I was to be pre­sented as Man United player. The rest, the fi­nan­cial deal, was not the dif­fi­cult part. “With all the new sign­ings this sum­mer peo­ple were get­ting all ex­cited, but it has been four or five years that the club has not won the league or been in the top of the ta­ble. That is some­thing we work on.” “It was about the chal­lenge re­ally, and I will never say no to a chal­lenge. “This is what I wanted – com­ing to one of the world’s big­gest clubs, that has had trou­bles and not won much of late, and try the Premier League. That is the chal­lenge.” Ibrahi­movic was speak­ing af­ter win­ning Swe­den’s Player of the Year award for the 10th con­sec­u­tive year – and the 11th time over­all – af­ter miss­ing United draw with Arse­nal on the week­end through in­jury. – The In­de­pen­dent

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