Former learner Milan manager Roberto Mancini argued that Zlatan Ibrahimovic must be treated as highly regarded as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Messi and Ronaldo are usually considered as the two finest players of their age group, two of the pronounced of all time, having won 11 of the last 12 Ballon d’Or between them and scoring 1,422 senior goals.
Nonetheless, Ibrahimovic scored 540 goals in his own renowned career, and Mancini, who has controlled Inter’s Swedish International for two seasons, claims to be one of the biggest strikers ever to have played.
In one of his interview with Mediaset, Mancini said that “Zlatan will be remembered as one of the greatest forwards of all time. I put him on the same level as Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Everywhere he went, he won the league title, scoring a lot of goals. He’s done well in Milan, too, this season, but I don’t know what his future plans are.”
Throughout his career, Ibrahimovic, who now plays for AC Milan, has won 33 different trophies including 13 league titles in four different countries.