Zlatan Ibrahimovic Sends Signed Shirt to Dying Child in Sarajevo [VIDEO]

Despite initial reports that Zlatan Ibrahimovic had taken a flight immediately after an UEFA Champions League game to Sarajevo, to grant a boy his dying wish to see the Swedish striker in person, those reports were dismissed by the Paris Saint-Germain press officer.

Following up on that initial report, Ibrahimovic said he would see what he could do. And now Ibrahimovic has done exactly that.

While the striker has been too busy to fly to Sarajevo to meet the child in person, Ibrahimovic has now autographed a jersey for the 8-year-old boy named Hajrudinu Kamenjašu, and created a personal video message for the boy.

Watch Ibrahimovic autographing the shirt and sharing his personal message for Hajrudinu.

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  1. Just some grammar things. Boy’s name is actually Hajrudin Kamenjaš. Since nouns are conjugated through cases in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, “Hajrudinu Kamenjašu” represents the Dative case conjugation of “Hajrudin Kamenjaš”. Dative case is used to signify that something is given to the noun. “Hajrudinu Kamenjašu” in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian is the equivalent of “To Hajrudin Kamenjaš” in English.

    I guess I’m a grammar nazi now…

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