After hitting out at superstar Cristiano Ronaldo over his move to Juventus, former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has taken yet another swipe at the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
In a recent interview, the 38-year-old insisted that the Portuguese's move from Real Madrid to the Bianconeri was not a challenge as he was joining a team that had won seven consecutive Serie A titles before his arrival.
Ibrahimovic, who has been linked with a return to Italy with AC Milan and Napoli said to be interested, recently left MLS side LA Galaxy.
Asked if he would meet the "real Ronaldo" in the Italian top flight, the Swede claimed that Ronaldo Nazario is the only "Ronaldo" he recognises.
"I will find the real Ronaldo in Italy?" he responded, according to GQ Italia.
"None of it. There is only one Ronaldo, the Brazilian!"
Ibrahimovic is strongly linked with a return to Milan, where he spent two years between 2010 and 2012. The forward also played for Inter Milan and Juventus in Italy, scoring a total of 148 goals for those three clubs.
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