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“Quality is not free” – Ibrahimovic defends his big wages at PSG
The striker, who moved to Paris from Milan this summer, says the French club’s situation, is similar to Manchester City’s last season.
“We are not yet at the same level as Barcelona, Juventus or Inter. We are not yet used to winning titles. That’s what we’re missing at this point, a bit of experience at the highest level,” Ibrahimovic told Eurosport.
“Manchester City crashed out in the group stages last season, but that did not make them a bad team all of a sudden. They simply weren’t used to playing in the Champions League.”
The big Swede, also defended the big wages he picks up weekly at the Ligue 1 club, saying he represent value for money.
“Quality is not free. I don’t understand all the criticism. After all, the more money I earn, the more tax France receives…”
The 30-year-old also revealed how much he admires former Brazil international, Ronaldo and Marco van Basten.
“Ronaldo was the only player who could get me to turn on the TV and watch football,” he revealed.
“Marco van Basten was another legend. To be compared to him is a huge compliment.”