‘We’ll See What I Can Do’ – Zlatan In a Bind Over Dying Kid’s Wish: Nightly Soccer Report
Despite yesterday’s report that Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic boarded a plane after Wednesday night’s UEFA Champions League win versus Benfica and headed to Sarajevo to grant a dying child’s wish to meet him, the press officer for PSG says that the report is not true and that Ibrahimovic did not fly to Sarajevo.
However, Ibrahimovic did say:
“I get these type of requests every week.
“The only difference now is that they have used media.
“We’ll see what I can do. I always try to make everyone happy. We’ll see what I can do for him. It’s sad. When everybody is happy I am happy.”
Zlatan, we’d be happy if you visited the child to make his wish come true. Make it happen, please!
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- ‘We’ll see what I can do’ – Zlatan in a bind over dying kid’s wish — Pitchside Europe
- Diego Costa wants to play with Spain — Spain Football Federation
- Mexico name squad for Panama and Costa Rica matches — Mexico Football Federation
- Qatar World Cup boss: tournament will not be built on ‘blood of innocents’ — The Guardian
- Qatar World Cup 2022: Footage of conditions facing migrant workers — BBC Sport
- England should not pin hopes on Ross Barkley yet, says Everton manager — The Guardian
- Match of the Day pairs Roy Hodgson with Gary Lineker — The Telegraph
- Blame players not Moyes for Manchester United slump, says Ryan Giggs — The Guardian
- Erik Lamela is the new Lionel Messi, says Spurs legend Ossie Ardiles — Metro
- Jose Mourinho slams Chelsea critics, says he is the champion of league records — Bleacher Report
- British replica shirts amongst cheapest in Europe — Sport Business
- Steve Bruce warns lessons must be learned from past Premier League experience — Hull Daily Mail
- Hull City star Sone Aluko close to agreeing a new deal at KC Stadium — Sky Sports
- Chelsea ‘agree deal’ to sign Porto defender Nicolas Otamendi — Off The Post
- Southampton’s Daniel Osvaldo enjoying challenge of adapting to Premier League — Sky Sports
- Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United supporters could be arrested for chanting ‘Yid’, Met warns — Telegraph
- MLS schedule fails teams once again in playoff push — Pro Soccer Talk
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