Zlatan Ibrahimovic says goodbye to the LA Galaxy
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has bid adieu to Major League Soccer, thanking the LA Galaxy for “making me feel alive again.”
The Swedish superstar averaged nearly a goal per game with the Galaxy, and was rumored to be in line for another two years at the club.
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Perhaps those reports, and maybe AC Milan’s struggles to score goals, have made more suitors come forward. Time will tell.
The Galaxy said the decision was a “mutual parting of ways” and thanked the player for his work both on and off the pitch.
Zlatan’s full thoughts, below, were a bit more Zlatanny.
Klein will have his hands full in replacing Ibrahimovic, who scored 52 times in 53 matches, but the Galaxy have always managed to bring in big names.
Getting a star playmaker is even more important as El Trafico rivals LAFC have rewritten the MLS record book and snared plenty of attention in California and across the league.