His choices were hardly surprising coming from the man who once compared himself to God.
While Ibrahimovic has never been shy in letting the world know exactly who he is, it appears his club have forgotten, as they made an embarrassing spelling blunder on the back of his shirt in their most recent match.
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Etched across his back, it read ‘Irbahimovic’, but the printing error did little to stop him doing what he does best, scoring both goals against Toronto FC, taking his tally in MLS to 13 for the season.
The 37-year-old now has 35 goals in 42 appearances for LA Galaxy since joining them last year.
His previously spells at Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan, Pairs Saint-Germain and Manchester United has seen him net 456 goals in 772 career appearances.