Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the 41-year-old Swedish striker who plays for AC Milan , claims that he knows who will win the Qatar 2022 World Cup final and that outcome “is written.”
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“I think it’s already written who is going to win,” Ibrahimovic told reporters ahead of the World Cup final between Argentina and France shortly after the French eliminated Morocco in the semi-finals.
“You know who I mean…” Ibra tried to hint, unsuccessfully, at the Lusail Stadium. He then decided to speak clearly.
“I think Messi will lift the trophy, it’s already written.”
The Swedish striker believes that Lionel Messi’s triumph with Argentina is “inevitable”.
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Ibrahimovic recently said in an interview granted to 433 that he “hopes Argentina wins the World Cup because of Messi”.
Zlatan and Messi played together at Barcelona between 2009 and 2011, when Ibrahimovic went to Italy to sign his first contract with Milan.