In his four years at Paris Saint-Germain, Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored 156 goals in 180 games, winning four consecutive League 1 titles and a pair of Coupe de France crowns.

The 35-year-old left Parc des Princes for Manchester United in the summer after his contract expired in search of a new challenge and he hasn’t disappointed at Old Trafford, scoring nine goals in 19 outings for the Red Devils so far.

However, PSG new manager Unai Emery who succeeded Laurent Blanc at the French capital outfit has revealed in sensational terms that the club are struggling without their talisman Ibrahimovic.

“When I arrived, I was told a lot about Zlatan Ibrahimovic,” Emery, who won back to back Europa League titles with Sevilla in Spain said.

“It’s normal, he was one of the best player in the club history. I think we are learning to play without him.”

PSG had a slow start to 2016/17 campaign which allowed Mario Balotelli inspired Nice leapfrog then to the league summit but a dramatic run of six wins in their last seven games has seen Les Parisiens move within a point of the surprise leaders.

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