The Swedish Milan striker published a video on his social networks where he is seen running on an electrical tape. “I wrote to him to support him for the Covid-19 and he sent me a photo drinking beer,” said a former manager of the “rossonero” club.
Although he remains in isolation after being infected with the coronavirus, the Milan striker of Italy, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, published a video on his social networks in which he shows that he does not stop training.
In his official Twitter account, the 38-year-old footballer, who confirmed that he is asymptomatic, uploaded a video where he is seen running on an electrical tape and, true to his style, wrote a curious phrase: “This animal cannot be tamed“.
A week ago, the former Milan manager, Adriano Galliani, revealed an unusual conversation he had with Zlatan. “I wrote to support him for the coronavirus, and he sent me a picture drinking beer“, he counted.
On September 24, the Swede announced that he had tested positive for coronavirus and took it with irony: “Yesterday I was negative for Covid-19 and today I was positive. Without any symptoms. Covid has the courage to challenge me. Bad idea”.
In his last appearance in the Italian championship, he scored a double against Bologna for Serie A, while four days earlier he had also scored against Shamrock Rovers to advance in the Europa League.
Ibrahimovic is one of the most notable strikers in modern football and wore the jerseys of Ajax from the Netherlands, Juventus, Inter and Milan from Italy, Barcelona from Spain, Paris Saint Germain from France, Manchester United from England and the Los Angeles Galaxy from United Unidos, where he had as technical director the Argentine Guillermo Barros Schelotto.