Jose Mourinho claims PSG star Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s career isn’t complete, because he hasn’t played in the Premier League.
The 32-year-old is in the form of his life and has elevated PSG onto another level with his stunning performances and even better goals.
The Swede has said in the build-up to the Chelsea tie that it would be ‘impossible’ for him to come to England because PSG will be his last club in Europe.
However, Mourinho is trying to tempt him into making a move to the English League
But Mourinho, who managed the striker at Inter Milan, has urged him to think again.
A quoted on the Metro, Mourinho said: “I think it’s a pity for him when he finishes his career and he played in the most important countries in the world of football, and won the most important championships in the world of football, but he didn’t play in the best league in the world and never won the best league in the world.
“When people say he has a difficult personality, for me the difficult personalities are the players who don’t want to win, to work, to be the best,’ said Mourinho.
“He wants to win, to work, to be the best. He has a big ego, big self-esteem, so for me to be his coach was no problem.”