Did Zlatan Ibrahimovic Get an Epic New Back Tattoo?

Did Zlatan Ibrahimovic Get an Epic New Back Tattoo?

Manchester United's summer signing may have got himself a tattoo to celebrate his move.

The Premier League newest addition is no stranger to ink, but has he got a new tattoo? 

It was one of the most talked about moves of the summer- Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United after 4 years and countless records and trophies at Paris Saint Germain. Zlatan has started his United career off with a bang, scoring the winning goal in the Community Shield and bringing home his first piece of English silverware.

Although it seems the Community Shield is not Zlatan's only new addition. Sharing a post on Instagram, Zlatan appeared to be sporting a new back tattoo, a design covering a good portion of his lower back. Now as any football fan knows, Zlatan is no stranger to ink and already sports a number of different designs on his back, but it seems his latest addition may cover some of his older work. 

The image shared by Zlatan is admittedly not the greatest shot of his back but it certainly seems that there's more ink than before. Hopefully Zlatan will reveal his mysterious new design in the coming weeks, and if he does, it will be in the same dramatic style as his collaboration with the World Food Program.

As you may remember from a previous post 'Footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović Gets 50 Names Tattooed For Charity', last year Zlatan covered himself with 50 temporary tattoos, each a name of a person suffering from hunger and revealed the art during a match against Nice. Whether he'll do the same with his possible new back tattoo... we will have to wait and see. 

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Be sure to let us know what you think- did Zlatan really got a new tattoo or it's still the same old tattoo art on his back?

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