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Berlusconi-Ibrahimovic: the curtain on social networks



Silvio Berlusconi continues to be the protagonist on social networks. After the opening of his TikTok channel and the positive result in the elections, the Knight seems to want to rhyme on the crest of the wave. This time it’s the turn of a funny curtain with Ibrahimovic. The Milan champion is in the residence of the president of Monza, in his company. The reason is explained, ironically, by Berlusconi himself.

“I’m here with Ibrahimovic because I want to teach him how to run a business,” said the Forza Italia manager. To which, in return, Ibrahimovic replies: “I am here to teach Berlusconi to play football”. All seasoned with a final “cheers” from Berlusconi himself. A duet that ends with a full screen “to be continued” which announces a sequel. Who knows: maybe the images of a Berlusconi who revels in the ball game. The current president of Monza, and historical former president of Milan, has always been a sincere and competent football enthusiast.

Berlusconi-Ibrahimovic, the curtain conquers social networks

Ibra shared the video on his official Instagram profile. With a fairly eloquent note: “History does not fade. And the future remains to be written,” says the Swedish champion, still struggling with rehabilitation after knee surgery. Ibra, aged over 40, still intends to be a protagonist with the Rossoneri shirt and to have a say in the league to ensure that the Milan team have a say in the first positions. For his part, Silvio Berlusconi – as mentioned – still wants to be the protagonist of Italian political life after having exceeded 8% in the recent elections in September.

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