A lot of big-name soccer players have moved to North America over the past few years to continue their professional playing careers in the MLS and now the league is set to welcome another one.

On Friday, the Los Angeles Galaxy officially announced the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimović, less than 24 hours after the 36-year-old Swedish soccer star was released by Manchester United. Ibrahimović got right to work for his new club and the first thing he did was take out a one-page ad in Friday’s Los Angeles Times to help promote the team’s recent signing.

Ibrahimović got right to the point and used the entire page to tell Los Angeles, “You’re welcome”. We’re guessing this is his way of being Zlatan and telling fans that his resume speaks for itself so they’re in good hands.


It's official #ZlatanIbrahimovic has signed with the LA Galaxy

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As for the Galaxy, they also found a pretty epic way to announce their latest signing.

The Malmö, Sweden native has played for high-class organizations like Juventus, Barcelona, Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United over the course of his career and has scored 319 goals in 517 league appearances.

(H/T Twitter/DaleJohnsonESPN)