Zlatan Ibrahimovic thinks he's a bigger tourist attraction than the Eiffel Tower.
Sweden's superstar striker has been immortalised in wax at Paris' iconic Musee Grevin and at the unveiling of his lifesize model, Zlatan told the world that he deserves an even greater honour in the French capital:
“It’s a big honour to have a statue in a great museum like the Grevin.
I am very happy with it. The people can get really close to the statue and that was the objective.
The next step? I don’t know… Maybe replacing the Eiffel Tower with an Ibrahimovic statue?”
It wouldn't be the first time Zlatan has stolen the show in Paris.
Ibrahimovic joined PSG for €20 million in 2012 and has scored 66 league goals in only 82 appearances. If he can bring PSG much desired Champions League success, a 301-metre steel Zlatan in the middle of Paris might not sound so ridiculous.