The former England international and Manchester United midfielder David Beckham is delighted the former Swedish international and his old teammate, is now playing for the Manchester United.
David Beckham says Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 'still one of the greatest players ever'https://t.co/mLEay2R2RW— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) November 22, 2016
The 41-year-old former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham paid tribute to former teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic, insisting that the Manchester United striker is still one of the greatest players after the star striker was named Swedish Player of the Year yet again.
Ibrahimovic has now won the gong 11 times and his nation is preparing to honor him with a statue outside Stockholm's Friends Arena.
And according to the former England international David Beckham, the 35-year-old, who retired from Swedish national team duty after Euro 2016 has scored 62 goals in 116 appearances is still one of the greatest players that has ever played the game of football and Beckham also believes that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a player who has class, always wants to win.
As Becakham said in a pre-recorded video as reported by TV4Sport,
"His physique, his passion, his love for the game, hasn't changed,"
"He's still one of the greatest players that has ever played the game - one of the reasons why I'm happy he is now playing at Manchester United, my team. Thanks for that, Zlatan.
"For me, Zlatan is a player who has class, always wants to win, and he proved that when I moved to PSG.”
"He was one of those players that it doesn't matter whether we were playing an important match in the French league, or on the training field, he wanted to win.”
"If he wasn't winning, he was like one of my children. He would get upset, he would get angry, he would lose it. Not that my kids lose it, but Zlatan does. For me he is a winner."