- Delhi Dynamos manager Gianluca Zambrotta wants Ibrahimovic to end career in ISL.
- Ibrahimovic was Zambrotta's former teammate.
- The duo played together for Juventus for two years.
Indian Super League (ISL), which kicked off in 2013, has increased football craze in the country adding to many Indian footballers participating in the league have shown promising talent in their game.
"Given his fan following in India, I think Zlatan would want to come and end his career here. On my end, I will definitely try and convince him to play for Delhi Dynamos," the former FC Barcelona defender told Indian Express.
Zambrotta and Ibrahimovic were teammates at Juventus for two years from 2004-06. The duo helped the club to the Serie A title in both the years, which was later revoked due to the Calciopoli scandal, and Juventus then was relegated to Serie B.
Zambrotta, who won the FIFA World Cup with Italy in 2006, has suggested that ISL has the potential to become one of the biggest football leagues in the world.
"India will soon be a big destination for international football. Given the level of competitiveness in the Indian Super League and the quality of Indian players, I am sure it will be amongst the top five football leagues in the world in the next decade," he said.
GMS Inc., who co-own Delhi Dynamos, also happen to own English Premier League side, West Brom. The Delhi franchise currently stand fourth in the ISL 2016 points table after winning one and drawing their other game.
Meanwhile, Ibrahimovic, who has retired from international football, is making the most in club football. He will next be seen in action when Manchester United take on Liverpool in the English Premier League (EPL) on Monday.
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