Ibrahimovic to become new messiah for Napoli

Ibrahimovic to become new messiah for Napoli

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who performs for Los Angeles Galaxy can transfer to Napoli, repeating the fate of Maradona.

Zlatan perfectly adapted to the MLS and managed to score 30 goals in 30 matches of the current season, and also made seven assists. Looking at this, Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, known for his eccentricity, suggested the forward to move to San Paulo.

Napoli offer Zlatan a half million euros for six months from January to June 2020. Then the club is ready to extend the agreement, if everything goes well, for one season with a salary of 3 million euros per year. The 38-year-old Swede insists on five million euros for the entire year and a half of his stay in Naples.

While conversations between the club and the player’s agent are ongoing, Ibra stirs up interest in the press. Recently, the LA Galaxy striker said he would like to repeat the fate of Maradona, who spent a decent part of his career at Napoli and is the club’s second top scorer after Hamsik,

“I liked the last documentary about Maradona, no one is like him. After watching the film, given the love of Naples, I would like to gain experience playing at Napoli. It would be great to repeat what Diego did.

I’m not saying that I’ll definitely go there. The final decision will depend on many factors. But this option makes me enthusiastic. With me, San Paolo will always be filled every Sunday. In addition, they have Ancelotti, a great coach.”

Ibrahimovic managed to play at Juventus, Inter and Milan. Therefore, to complete the picture, he lacks a voyage to Napoli, which have noticeably transformed in recent years and are a top club in Serie A. Moreover, an important point concerns the good relations between Ancelotti and Ibrahimovic, which few trainers can boast of.

If the transfer takes place, De Laurentiis will have to avoid interfering with the gameplay in order to avoid conflicts with the player, which can be quite difficult for the president. If there is a misunderstanding between them, football will get a new plot for a full-length sports blockbuster built on Neapolitan showdowns.