Zlatan Ibrahimovic is satisfied with his move from Inter Milan to Barcelona. The Swedish striker believes that the Spanish football mentality fits him better than the Italian while he also thinks that the Serie A is too politicised.
“In Italy, the league is very hard. It’s very difficult to play in as an attacker,” Ibrahimovic told La Vanguardia. It’s another game, another mentality.”
“I wouldn’t say it’s 100 per cent focused on defence, but they want to be certain before attacking and generally run less risks,” the 28-year-old hitman added. “In Spain you take more risks, because you want to score more goals. It’s another culture. The spectacle comes first here.”
In Italy, Ibrahimovic was bothered by the media, who have their own, preferred teams. “When I won the scudetto with Juventus, Tuttosport was very happy and La Gazzetta dello Sport was angry.
“When I won it with Inter, the opposite happened. It’s all politics.”
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