Thursday, June 8, 2017

That Great European Health Care?

I thought Europe had the best health care in the world.
From ESPN:Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not expected to be offered a new contract by Manchester United, sources have told ESPN FC.
The striker's current one-year deal is set to expire on June 30 and with no new agreement in place he is unlikely to be on United's list of retained players when it is published by the Premier League on Friday.
Ibrahimovic, 35, had an impressive season at Old Trafford, scoring 28 goals in 46 games following his free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain, but his campaign wascut short by a knee ligament injury during the Europa League quarterfinal with Anderlecht on April 20.
Despite undergoing successful surgery in the United States in May, Ibrahimovic is not expected to return until January at the earliest. Sources have said United have decided it does not make economic sense to continue to pay Ibrahimovic reported wages of more than £300,000-a-week with no prospect of him playing for at least the first five months of the season.  
IBRA is one of the best soccer players in the world and also the richest.  He is probably the Aaron Rogers of soccer. He could have had his knee surgery any where in the world but he decided to have the surgery in the United States instead of soccer in the United Kingdom or his own country, Sweden.
I wonder why?

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