Forget Google, the 33-year-old can now surf the internet using a site named Zlaaatan.com in his honour, adding a ‘Zlatanified’ slant to each and every scour of the world wide web
The internet has churned out countless stories documenting the weird and wonderful world of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and he now has his own search engine from which to scour the worldwide web. Andreas Killander, the creative director of the agency SweetPop in the striker’s homeland of Sweden, has launched the site Zlaaatan.com as a tribute to the 33- year-old, which adds a ‘Zlatanified’ slant to each and every search.
“Our search engine is linked to Google but all the searches are Zlatanified. All the results have some link to Zlatan,” Killander told L’Equipe. “If you type in Ferrari, you’ll get stuff about Zlatan’s
Ferrari; if you want a recipe, you’ll get the Zlatan Burger. Zlatan is an idol. He’s known the world over. That’s why we chose him. “We didn’t ask his permission, but we hope he sees it as an amusing experience.” Over 100,000 people have already used the search engine since its launch last week.