ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC allegedly threatened to kill his LA Galaxy team-mates and boasted of his vast wealth in an astonishing dressing room blast.
The 38-year-old was part of the side that spurned a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at home to Houston Dynamo in the club’s final game of the 2018 campaign.
According to his old Galaxy colleague Joao Pedro, the result left the former Manchester United striker seething.
And after the team’s season had come to a whimpering end to finish a lowly 13th in the MLS table, the Swede did not hold back.
Speaking to Record, Pedro said: “At the end of the game, he gave us a talking to.
“He said, ‘If you are going to come here to go to the beach or take a walk in Hollywood, just say so.
“'I have 300 million on my account, an island – I don't need this for anything. The first one who says something to me, I will kill him'.”
Midfielder Pedro also recalled how the 6ft 5in forward told the squad: “My birthday is every day. Pass the ball here.”
Speaking of his time in the MLS, in which he scored 30 goals in his second season, Ibrahimovic said: “I've done amazing and perfect things.
“I think I'm the best player in the history of the MLS, without joking. I can play like this wherever I go, easy.”
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