Zlatan Ibrahimovic is an individual that always appears to have something to say.

Now, there are many that will fully support what the Swede has to say, whilst there are many that will simply choose to ignore it and perhaps suggest that it is because he continues to want to remain relevant.

Of course, despite being 40, he is clearly showing that he can remain relevant as AC Milan continue to push for the Serie A title. Indeed, many have been enjoying what he has been able to do on the pitch, as they have taken to lottothaibet to place a wager on banking that he does lead the team to the Scudetto.

Recently, he revealed in an article that he was the “best player in MLS history” but now he has had his say on the time he spent in the Premier League.

Of course, he played for Manchester United between 2016 and 2018 before leaving for America and he managed to achieve a lot of success during his short stay at Old Trafford.

Indeed, he won the Community Shield, the Carabao Cup and the UEFA Europa League in his first season, and as he reflected back on his time in England, he had plenty to say about it.

Speaking to ESPN, he admitted that he enjoyed the Premier League because it meant he had the opportunity to silence his “haters”, with the Swede mentioning that many doubted he could be a success despite the 13 league titles he won at Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain beforehand.

“I had fun,” Ibrahimovic told ESPN’s Gab & Juls Show of his time at United. “I really enjoyed because when I came, everybody was against it. And then in England, they didn’t like me.

“All these haters, after three months, they started to like me, I didn’t like them anymore.

“I like people when they hate you because then they bring out the better of you. I had fun. [It] is a great competition, [an] amazing atmosphere.

“And I’m happy I played for United, which I think is the best team in England. And I think it was the right choice to go to Manchester United.

“I think I came in a good moment. Because it’s easy to come to a club when the success is already there. It’s more difficult when you come and the challenge is different.

“And then if you manage to have a success, you’re part of the story. So the fans was great to me. And I really enjoyed [it]. A lot of things happened.”

As we know, he has since gone on to have spells in America with Los Angeles Galaxy and AC Milan, where he will be hoping to add another league title to his glistening career.

He has been a crucial part of Stefano Pioli’s side this season, having scored eight goals and provided a further three assists in the 21 appearances he has made in Italy’s top division so far this season.

The 1-0 victory over Fiorentina at the weekend kept a two-point advantage over Inter, with just three games left to play.