During an interview granted this Sunday to Rai 3, Zlatan Ibrahimovic distilled some new punchlines of which he has the secret. In promotion for the release of his book “Adrenalina”, the AC Milan striker explained that his strength came … from his hair.
Its reservoir is inexhaustible. With each media release, Zlatan Ibrahimovic releases a new punchline. To write that he prepares them in advance or maybe even that we have them for him. Still, the result always has its effect. Currently in promotion for the release of his new book “Adrenalina”, the striker of AC Milan responded this Sunday to the invitation of Spoke 3. In costume on the set of the Italian chain, the 40-year-old star again delighted the audience.
The tasty exchange with Berlusconi
“Ibra” notably delivered a tasty anecdote dating from his first visit to Milan, ten years ago. Silvio Berlusconi, then president of the club, had asked him to review his hair style.
“Berlusconi always wanted me to cut my hair. I told him I didn’t want to because my strength is in my hair. That’s why I made my ponytail. The longer it is, the stronger I am, ”said the Swedish giant with a burst of laughter.
“I am stronger than superstition”
After revealing his current weight (“100kg, with only 8% fat”), Zlatan commented on the return to the top of the Rossoneri, who occupy the top of Serie A: “It’s not just my merit, it’s is everyone’s credit, the coach (Stefano Pioli, editor’s note). Milan are back where they should be. But of course, when Ibra signs, it brings magic. “
A magic on which the Lombard club relies to beat Liverpool on Tuesday in the Champions League (9 p.m.). Hoping to qualify for the round of 16. “It will be a great game, says Ibrahimovic. We hope to get the adrenaline pumping. Superstition? No, I’m stronger than superstition.” Despite his legendary confidence, the former PSG captain admitted that he felt pain when getting up in the morning. “I know what this pain is for. I’m used to suffering, but I turn suffering into energy to achieve my goals. I have a lot in my career and what helps me overcome problems is ‘adrenaline.”