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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Makes Lion Tattoo On His Back Roar By Tensing His Muscles; Watch

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic flexed his back muscles in a recent video he uploaded on social media amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to familiar territory after securing a move to AC Milan in the January transfer window this year. The Swedish striker arrived amidst great fanfare at Milan and quickly helped the Rossoneri get back to winning ways. He spent a year banging in the goals in the MLS with LA Galaxy after ending his stay with Manchester United in the Premier League. Zlatan Ibrahimovic jetted off to Sweden during the initial stages of the coronavirus outbreak in Italy a couple of months ago.

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The AC Milan superstar has been keeping himself busy while spending time with family back in Sweden. The striker recently took to Twitter where he shared a short snippet of himself flexing his back muscles as the Ibrahimovic lion tattoo roared during his exercise. Earlier, Manchester United star Paul Pogba traded jibes with Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the lockdown.

The former PSG and Barcelona frontman has enjoyed a nomadic career in Europe, starting out at Malmo in Sweden. He went on to represent top teams likes Ajax, Inter Milan, Juventus FC, AC Milan, PSG and Manchester United before leaving to play in the MLS. 

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