Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic you risk a fine in your home country for driving last weekend his exclusive Ferrari, which did not have permission to drive in Swedish territory.
As revealed by the newspaper Aftonbladet, who had access to the register of the Swedish General Directorate of Transport, the vehicle was decommissioned on March 30, so “Ibra” he broke the law by driving last Saturday through central Stockholm, a walk that was documented in images by several people.
“Yes, the car was decommissioned from that day, so it cannot be driven (unless it is to take it to the workshop),” a spokesperson for that body confirmed to the newspaper.
This offense is punished in Sweden with fines of up to 2,000 crowns (188 euros), a figure that Ibrahimovic will undoubtedly be able to cancel without any problem.
The Swedish star’s car is a Ferrari Monza SP2, a model of which there are only about 500 copies and that has a value of 3 million euros.
The footballer moved to Sweden in March due to the stoppage of competitions due to the coronavirus pandemic and, during that time, he has been training with Hammarby, a club in the Swedish First Division of which he is a shareholder.
The veteran attacker, 38, contract in Milan ends in June, where he returned in January from the Los Angeles Galaxy, but did not announce his future plans, although Italian media already speculate with a possible withdrawal.