21 June 2016
Manchester city star, Kevin De Bruyne can’t wait for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to arrive at rival English Premier League (EPL) side, Manchester United from PSG.
Ibra as he’s popularly called left French side, PSG, at the end of last season after his contract ran out with not new offer made by the club. Ibra is now only a medical away from joining Wayne Rooney to lead the offensive at the Theater of Dreams.
De Bruyne in his welcome statement to Ibra said: “I think it’s going to be good for him obviously. He’s lived already in a couple of cities, so he will take care of himself. He’s a great addition, good for the league”.
At PSG, Ibra won four league titles, three French Super Cup titles, and two French Cup titles. Though he was successful in France, his stay at Italy remains his most successful while his short stay in Spain so far remains his least successful even though he won one La liga title, one Club World Cup title and two Spanish Super Cup titles.
Former Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho who will be in charge at Old Trafford next season will be hoping Ibra can lead his new EPL side to the EPL title as he did at PSG.
If Ibra successfully wins the EPL on his foray at Manchester United, he would have won league titles in four different countries across Europe; the Dutch Eredivise inclusive.