the football star has arrived in the massive headwind in its neighourhood Malmö, after he on Wednesday announced that he had bought into the club Hammarby.
Earlier in the day, one could see how a statue of the swede had been vandalized with plastic bags and a toiletbræt. Now more fans then gone a step further.
A video on Twitter shows how fans try to set fire to the statue with what looks like or more main gun barrels.
In the text of the video says, wrongly, that Ibrahimovic has bought 50 percent of the club - the correct number is 25 percent. the Watch the video below:
on Wednesday evening, there are in the area around the statue is also written racist messages and a death threat directed at the footballer. It writes Expressen.
Polititalsmand Jimmy Modin confirms to the media that you have received a notification, but he would not comment on which messages exactly has been spraymalet on the ground.
There is supposed to be 'Cigani dö', which translated to English means 'die gypsy'.
It should refer to svenskerens Balkan background.
Earlier in the day could the local paper Sydsvenskan tell how over 3000 fans had already put his signature on to get the statue to remove.
Something that fell not on good ground at the statue's sculptor, Peter Linde.
"Those who do such a thing, should be ashamed. Stupidity is total. To conclude on the kind of meaningless warfare is completely idiotic. It testifies that those who make it here are the ones that are stupid and no other," told the artist to the newspaper.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic himself was, however, not particularly concerned as he early in the day responded to what Malmö fans would say to his financial involvement in a club.
"This has nothing to do with Malmö FF. When it comes to Malmö, so we're talking about the footballer Zlatan ibrahimovic. I think that they are in Malmö to respect it here. I have a good relationship with the Malmö and have had it in all year," said the swede.
That Malmö fans to respect the decision is, however, not the case. On the contrary:
"It cannot be received with joy. It is a development of him, which is tedious and wrong. He has probably lost his grip on what he means to Malmö. He misunderstands his position a little, when he says that Malmo will be happy on his behalf," said Kaveh Hosseinpour, there is viceordfører for MFF-support, to Swedish Fotballskanalen.
"We are not happy. I don't think that anyone will be happy on his behalf. I think he partially overestimate how much he means to us, and what he does, suffers a crack now. Is how it is."
the Statue, which now is the fire in, was inaugurated back in the month of October.
In the past season was Malmö FF number two in the best league in front of Hammarby in third place.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic played in Malmö, sweden as a youth player and was moved up on varsity, where he was sold to Ajax in 2001.Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 23:00