We all know Zlatan Ibrahimovic loves to do things differently and on his birthday this year, the Swedish hitman decided to gift himself an incredible €2m Ferrari Monza SP2.
The 38-year-old striker posted his gift online by adding the caption, “Happy Birthday to Zlatan.”
Additionally, there are just 200 units of this car that were manufactured by the sports car giant. Talking about technicals, the car goes from 0 to 100 km/hr in 2.9 seconds.
Apart from the Ferrari that he has bought now, the former Manchester United man owns a plethora of other cars like the Volvo C30 T5, the Maserati GranTurismo, the Porsche 918 Spyder and a Ferrari Enzo.
Ibrahimovic has scored 300 goals since turning 30 on October 3, 2011. And they come in just 371 matches, meaning his goals-per-game ratio since hitting the big 30 is an impressive 0.81.
Recently, doctors at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine have enquired about researching on Ibra’s physique after he finally retires from the game.
“His knee is so strong that the doctors said they had never seen anything like it,” Zlatan’s agent, Mino Raiola, told Swedish newspaper Expressen.
He concluded, “Zlatan is so strong that the doctor wants him back after his career to research on him. They work on the world’s best research institutions for the knees and ligaments. “They research a lot on the subject and that is why they are better than everyone else, and doctors want back Zlatan to do research on him. “So after Zlatan’s career, we will go back and open him up again to do research on his ligaments.”Continue Reading