Zlatan Ibrahimovic is suing a Swedish former entertainment manager who pronounced he believed a soccer star had taken criminialized substances to benefit weight while personification for Juventus.
Ibrahimovic’s counsel Fredrik Bogren told Swedish news group TT he would record a lawsuit Monday opposite Ulf Karlsson for comments he done during a row contention in a city of Karlstad final week.
Local paper Nya Wermlandstidningen quoted Karlsson as observant “Zlatan gained 10 kilograms in half a year during Juventus. we consider he doped.”
Karlsson after apologized observant his statements were misleading and unfortunate.
But Bogren pronounced a allegations were “untrue, illogical and really critical for Ibrahimovic as an particular and contestant as good as in propinquity to his sponsors and team-work partners.”
Ibrahimovic, who is now during Paris Saint-Germain, played for Juventus in 2004-2006.