- Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he came to the MLS to win more titles
- The 37-year-old joined LA Galaxy from Man United in 2018
- Ibrahimovic however said in an interview that he has won more titles more than the MLS
LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has thrown shades at the Major League Soccer, saying he has won more titles than the entire league.
The 37-year-old Swede joined the United States based franchise from Manchester United in 2018 - and has scored 33 goals in 40 appearances so far.
Meanwhile, the former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker insisted that he came to the MLS to win more titles in the league.
LA Galaxy are second on the Western Conference table with 31 points from 18 matches - six points behind Los Angeles FC.
The Swede further stated that he expects to shine during the Cali Clasico and increase his goal tally, while admitting that the atmosphere also add to the glamour of the game.
"I came here because I have won a lot; I didn't come to relax. That's what I am, not for nothing I have won 33 trophies; I think more than the whole MLS." According to AS.
Ibrahimovic won Europa League title and an EFL with Manchester United before leaving them a year ago.
Before then, Zlatan has had trophy laden career - winning four Dutch League titles with Ajax. During his reign in Italy, he won three Serie A titles and a few other domestic cups.
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He also conquered in In France with PSG, after winning two cups, three Super Cups and four leagues titles.
At Spain with Barcelona, Ibra claimed a league, two Spanish Super Cups, a UEFA Super Cup and a Club World Cup. While in England, the striker won the Community Shield, the League Cup, and a Europa League.