“I will break every bone in your body”: Zlatan Ibrahimovic sends warning to Romelu Lukaku with Chelsea flop back at Inter Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly sent a stern warning to Inter Milan striker, Romelu Lukaku, reminding him that their riff is far from over, Newspremises reports.

Recall that the duo clashed in a Coppa Italia match in the 2020/21 campaign that was marked by subtle headbutts and insults.

Ibrahimovic and Lukaku were booked for the roles in the scuffle, but Ibrahimovic was later on sent off for a second yellow card.


However, Ibrahimovic has already given his account of how things transpired in his new hard-hitting book, Adrenaline.

The 40-year-old admits that he made reference to an old rumour that Lukaku’s mother used voodoo on him to convince him to leave Everton in 2017 and join Manchester United.

According to a report via Daily Star, the Swedish striker wondered whether Lukaku had cast some sort of black magic on him, given that he suffered a series of misfortunes after their argument. He was confined to long spells on the injury table.

He goes on to narrate that they almost got into a full-scale war during halftime. The former Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona striker insists that he is not ready to forgive the Belgian anytime soon. He also details in the book that he had promised to break every bone in Lukaku’s body.

The former Chelsea star had apparently fired back and told Ibrahimovic that he would put three bullets in his head.

With Lukaku returning to Inter Milan after a failed season at Chelsea, it presents an opportunity for the duo to run into each other again. But Ibrahimovic is currently out with an anterior cruciate ligament injury and has refused to call it quits yet on his long career.

The feud between the two giant strikers is a case of friends turned enemies, given that they were once teammates at Manchester United.

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