MILAN – Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return to Milan could materialize in the January market. Ibrahimovic could sign a six-month contract to deserve confirmation for the next season with performance on the pitch. Waiting for this market bomb, "I'm football" came out, a volume that tells the story of Zlatan Ibrahimovic's career in an original way.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: "I am soccer"
One day the Italian referee Paolo Tagliavento will be able to tell his grandchildren that he has been the one who has trimmed more yellow cards (4) and also a red one to one of the greatest players of all time, Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The figure is one of the many curiosities of the volume 'I am football' that tells in an original and rich way the long and very rich, and yet not yet completed, football history of one of the greatest champions of all time, and notoriously dashing character, precisely Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Pirlo, Gattuso, Mourinho and others talk about him, and Ibra tells his teammates, players and referees he has met. Author of 483 goals in 846 games, 48 goals in the Champions League, 62 in the Swedish national team, 33 career trophies, Ibra currently plays in America but the market boatos give him arriving at Milan in 2019.
"I am football" is published by Rizzoli and is a photographic-historical-accounting encyclopedia of the champion who, wherever he played, was acclaimed for his prowess and goals. A champion with an exuberant character and sometimes difficult to keep in check, generous in the field, and never until the final whistle. Ibra is a player perhaps unique for its characteristics and athletic qualities, almost an acrobat for the ability to elevate and manage the air balloons, and his paper biography is intonata perfectly to the character: a huge elegant volume with cover and pages all black , on which stand out color photos and texts written in white.
In those pages of high contrast, there is all Ibra in acrobatics that hits the ball on the fly, there is Ibra with the uniform of Inter, Juventus, Milan, Barcelona, Manchester and all the other great teams in which he played. There is happiness after a goal, hugs with his teammates for a victory, a bad look in moments of tension. Then there are the clippings of the newspapers, the headlines that tell the deeds and goals, trophies and defeats.
At the end of the book, the encyclopedic part, numbers on numbers that tell in detail the career of a man happy for what he has achieved in life and that has been admired so far by over 30 million total viewers. "This is my journey to football", writes the Swedish champion, and underlines "besides victories and trophies, football has given me a life and a serenity that I could never have imagined".
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