CONVINCED IN MANCHESTER
The odd challenge of Zlatan Ibrahimovic after his recovery
Published:27/10/2017 - 11:11h
Updated:27/10/2017 - 11:12h
Still it will have to have patience to tune his knee, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic begins to see very near the day of his turn with the Manchester United. The Swedish has clear his inteciones, and is had to everything to fulfil his expectations
They have happened some months from his fateful injury, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic has fulfilled his word and is near to go back to play with the Manchester United. The Swedish revealed which are his intentions after going back to the terrains of game, and did it of the so peculiar way that always has characterised him.
The forward conceded an interview to 'Sky Sports' in which it reviewed as it faces his particular start of campaign and to where drives him his ambition, and showed that the drop has not changed him neither a peel: "Already I said that I came to finish what had begun. After all that built in the first season -win three titles- the end was not the one who expected. The aim is to win the Premier League, east is my aim to finish. All what began the first season want to complete it in this second".
"The injury gave me energy to mark me a challenge, a challenge. It wanted to see until where it could arrive my body and put me as it put to play a party again", explained Ibrahimovic, before warning of what will do when it finish agreement the next month of June: "I will go Me of the same form that arrive, will not go me limping. I will go me by my own foot, by the way chosen, even if I have to walk on the water, will do it". Word of Zlatan.
The turn of Zlatan Ibrahimovic will mean a blow of cool air in a Manchester United that does not go through his best moment. After beginning the course like one of the best teams of the Premier, the 'Network Devils' have lost bellows in the last weeks, and two consecutive days without winning have moved him away of a Manchester City that does not seem to go down the piston. If it wants the title, the Swedish will have to go back as never.