FIFA 21: Zlatan Ibrahimovic attacks who agreed to use his name...

FIFA 21: Zlatan Ibrahimovic attacks who agreed to use his name...
FIFA 21: Zlatan Ibrahimovic attacks who agreed to use his name...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic Found in a tremendously simple fit. Just yesterday (Sunday) the 39-year-old striker scored a double in Milan’s 1-3 win over Napoli and helped his side climb to the top of the Italian league table, holding an incredible record of ten league wins in just six appearances.

The Swede was injured during the game and will be out for about ten days, and it turns out that is not the only thing that bothers him. Zlatan posted a scathing post on social media today in which he decided to attack the popular game, FIFA, its creator EA Sports and the world organization representing the professional footballers – Fifpro.

“Who gave EA Spors permission to use my name and face? Fifpro? “I am not aware that I am a member of Fifpro, and if I do, then they put me there without real knowledge in a strange and maneuverable way,” wrote Ibrahamovich. “What is certain is that I have never allowed FIFA or Fifpro to make money through me. Someone benefits from my name and my face without any consent all these years. It’s time to dump her and move on. “

Zlatan Ibrahimovic | Franco Romano/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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