LA Galaxy's Ibrahimovic set to dump football for acting in the Hollywood

LA Galaxy's Ibrahimovic set to dump football for acting in the Hollywood

- Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that he is considering a life in the Hollywood

- The 36-year-old joined the Major League soccer side last month after running out of favour with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

- And on his debut for Galaxy, he scored two goals to help them conquer Los Angeles FC

LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly hinted that he will soon dump his football career for acting in the Hollywood.

The 36-year-old joined the Major League Soccer side last month after parting ways with his Premier League side, Manchester United after failing to return to the team’s starting lineup on his return from injury.

Zlatan made his debut for Sigi Schmid’s side a memorable one after netting twice to power them to a 4-3 victory Los Angeles FC.

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However, the former Paris Saint Germain was sighted enjoying a meal out in Los Angeles with his family after dropping the information on his future ambition.

According to TMZ, Ibrahimovic, who featured for both Milan clubs in the Italian Serie A said he was considering a future in acting.

LA Galaxy's Ibrahimovic set to dump football for acting in the Hollywood

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his family on the street of Beverly Hill Pics by The Sun

Ibra said: “Acting, I’m curious. I look like action, or drama? [James Bond?] Bourne Identity.”

Having made a switch to the MLS recently, Ibrahimovic has been visiting a couple of eateries in town with his wife Helena and their two children joining him for a delicious dinner.

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The quartet strolled through Beverly Hills as Ibrahimovic talked on the phone – probably trying to fix himself up with a producer.

But he was unable to seal victory for the Galaxy on his second appearance as the Californians were trounced 2-0 to Sporting Kansas City.

Zlatan kicked off his professional career at a Malmo FF in 1999 and won his first major title at Ajax FC in the 2001-02 league season.

He has since then won 30 major titles across Europe – one of which is the Europa League title he won with the Red Devils in his first season at the club.

The Swede international was also crowned the French Ligue 1 player of the year for three straight seasons while playing for Paris Saint Germain in his four year reign at the club.

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