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Paris Saint-Germain have officially signed Zlatan Ibrahimović from AC Milan, according to UEFA.com.
Glass half-empty perspective: Screw you Adriano Galliani.
Glass half-full perspective: Galliani has alleviated the club of Ibrahimović's massive salary; the Swede's departure should put the club in good standing with the UEFA financial fair play rules; a pragmatic business decision.
Crazily optimistic perspective: When Ibrahimović left Inter Milan for Barcelona, Inter won the UEFA Champions League. When he left Barça for AC Milan, the Spanish club won the Champions League. Now that he's left Milan for PSG, will the Rossoneri win Europe's elite competition?
The closest person to match Ibrahimović's strength and technical brilliance is Hulk—but he's overpriced and isn't a centre forward.
The Swede's productivity was impressive, but it wasn't out of the world crazy like Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Those two are irreplaceable, but you can't say the same about Ibrahimović.
Give Stephan El Shaarawy an extended run next season and let's see if he can live up to the hype.
He'll never develop if continues to play one minute against Lecce, two minutes against Genoa, seven minutes against Inter Milan and 10 minutes against Siena.
Selling Ibrahimović isn't the end of the world, but letting Thiago Silva go was wrong. World-class centre-backs are an endangered species.
Francesco Acerbi better start watching Andrea Barzagli tapes because the former Chievo player will need to overachieve like Barzagli just to play at Silva's standard.