Enoch Adu Kofi, the Ghanaian midfielder, has offered a heartfelt tribute to the renowned Swedish football legend, Zlatan Ibrahimović, following his retirement from the sport.
Ibrahimović, who enjoyed illustrious stints with Inter and AC Milan, recently announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 41, marking the end of a remarkable career in the modern era.
During his time with the Swedish club Malmo FF, Adu Kofi had the opportunity to face off against the veteran striker when they played against Paris Saint-Germain.
Taking to social media, the Ghanaian international shared a photograph of himself in battle with Ibrahimović during a game, expressing his joy in having the chance to compete against him.
“It was a blessing sharing some of your career in soccer with you, it was a privilege to play on the same pitch against you, it’s was an honor to share moment with you legend, your legacy lives on enjoy your retirement @iamzlatanibrahimovic” he tweeted.
Ibrahimović, renowned for his prolific goal-scoring ability, netted an impressive total of 511 goals throughout his career, representing clubs such as Paris St-Germain, Manchester United, AC Milan, and Inter Milan. He achieved league titles in four different countries, solidifying his status as one of the game’s greats.