Football: Ibrahimovic books Main Square in Malmo so everyone can see his homecoming

Ibrahimovic started his career in Malmo in 1999, playing two years with the club before signing for Dutch giants Ajax.
Ibrahimovic started his career in Malmo in 1999, playing two years with the club before signing for Dutch giants Ajax. PHOTO: AFP

STOCKHOLM (AFP) - Paris Saint-Germain's Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic revealed on Friday that he has booked Malmo's Main Square for his homecoming match in the Champions League on Nov 25.

"I have previously said that the game will be heard all over Malmo. Now I've also made sure that all of Malmo will be able to watch the game," the Swede said on Facebook. "I've booked the Main Square where the game on November 25 will be broadcast live. All are welcome! More surprises await that day. I'm on my way."

PSG will travel to Malmo for the fifth game of their Champions League group games.

It will be the first time in 14 years that Ibrahimovic has played at his home club where he started his professional career.

After PSG beat Malmo 2-0 on Tuesday in Parc des Princes, Ibrahimovic said it was "a dream come true" to play at this level against his former club.

The 33-year-old started his career in Malmo in 1999, playing two years with the club before signing for Dutch giants Ajax.