Saturday , January 22 2022

The Serie A boss has urged the club to shock the match for Zlatan Ibrahimovic


The head of the series, Luciano Mogi, called on Fiorentina to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The veteran striker currently plays for the Los Angeles Galaxy in MLS at the age of 37.

And despite his years of progress, Juventus Mogi's CEO believes the Swede can still do the job in Europe.

"This would be not useful, but even more so. Zlatan has a biological body that allows him to perform best even at his age, just like Cristiano Ronaldo," said Moggi (via CalcioMercato).

"He sows victories everywhere, even in America."

The Swede is a hit on the lake

Ibrahimovic is a big hit on the lake since moving from Man Utd last year.

He has pitched 22 times in 27 appearances in his first campaign in America, followed by 16th in 19th this season to take third place in the division's top goalie list.

And he's no stranger to Serie A, having won the Football Player of the Year three times during his career, as well as the Capocannoniere – a.k.a. the gold shoe – twice.

He is currently the third highest scorer in MLS

Mogi added: "It certainly won't be that easy in Serie A, but goals have to be set everywhere we go to play and if he comes to Fiorentina, even for the youth players, it would be fantastic because maybe they could learn more from him that even the coach is unable to give.

"But it is obvious that he is no longer the player he was before."

Meanwhile, in the MLS news, former Man Utd boss David Moyes has thrown his name into the hat for the manager role at Inter Miami.

Fiorentina has been called in to move for the 37-year-old

The new franchise, represented by England legend and former LA Galaxy player David Beckham, will join the league from early next season.

Beckham is yet to appoint a head coach, but Moise has admitted he will be open to the position.

"This is something that looks like a really interesting project," Moise said. "That's how MLS grows and Miami is a great city. That's something I would consider an option."

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