Galliani laments Ibra departure

by | Dec 16, 2014 22:25

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could have finished his career at Milan, but the Diavolo can’t compete with Qatari wealth, says Adriano Galliani.

The Swedish striker departed San Siro for Paris Saint-Germain in 2012 after two seasons in Rossonero, in which he scored 56 goals in 85 games across all competitions.

“Ibra could have finished his career with us,” Galliani sighed, as he explained the striker’s leaving to Milan Channel.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could have finished his career at Milan, but the Diavolo can’t compete with Qatari wealth, says Adriano Galliani.

The Swedish striker departed San Siro for Paris Saint-Germain in 2012 after two seasons in Rossonero, in which he scored 56 goals in 85 games across all competitions.

“Ibra could have finished his career with us,” Galliani sighed, as he explained the striker’s leaving to Milan Channel.

“The problem is that in football only revenues from the stadium used to count. Then came television rights, and now there are what I call ‘owners of raw materials’, who have a wealth that Europeans don’t and that has changed everything.

“Ibrahimovic was bought by a club which has the royal family of Qatar for an owner.

“Unfortunately we need to understand that this is the reality, everyone knows how the Italian economy is and you can’t offer more to a player like Zlatan than a club like PSG can.

“Things have changed in recent years, unfortunately that’s just the reality.”

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