Zlatan Ibrahmovic picked up the Swedish Player of the Year gong on Monday, which was- quite incredibly – the 10th successive time he’s won the award, 90min reports.
It was also revealed that the Manchester United striker is to have a statue erected of him in the Swedish capital Stockholm as a result of his dominance in the sport.
At the awards ceremony, David Beckham, who played with the striker during a short spell at Paris Saint-Germain, sent a video message congratulating the 36-year-old.
The former England skipper said. “His physique, his passion, his love for the game, hasn’t changed. He’s still one of the greatest players that has ever played the game – one of the reasons why I’m happy he is now playing at Manchester United, my team. Thanks for that, Zlatan.”
Ibrahimovic has had an incredible career, winning titles at every single club he has played for including Ajax, Juventus and Barcelona. He signed for the Red Devils on a free transfer last summer.