Zlatan Ibrahimovic gifted a PS5 to every single AC Milan squad player after scoring eight goals in just FIVE Serie A matches, Aguero sends Rojo one
Nov. 20, 2020
If you haven’t been able to get your hands on the new PlayStation 5, you may have to take it up with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Milan striker is certainly getting into the Christmas spirit as he gifted his teammates the Sony device upon its release.
Three of Ibrahimovic’s teammates took to Instagram to show off their new toys after getting their hands on the most sought-after console in the world.
The PS5 officially hit shelves on Thursday, with customers doing everything in their power to get their hands on one.
Mateo Musacchio, Samu Castillejo and Rafael Leao were fortunate enough that Ibrahimovic relieved them of the stress of queuing at the shop for one by treating them.
Uploading a picture of the device in his house to his Instagram story, Muscahhio tagged the 39-year-old and thanked him for the present.
Castillejo decided to go big and took a snap of the PS5 on his Lamborghini for his social media followers to undoubtedly enjoy.
Leao, who was less than a year old when the PlayStation 2 was released, seemed delighted with his present and captioned it, ‘Thanks GOAT for the gift.’
The former Manchester United forward has every reason to be feeling especially jubilant having scored eight goals in just five Serie A appearances this season.
His nine goals from nine appearances in all competitions has helped Milan to the top of the table after an unbeaten start from their opening seven league games.
Avid gamer Sergio Aguero, meanwhile, gifted Man United defender Marcos Rojo with a PS5, while Kevin De Bruyne was presented one in a glass case.
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