Adrian Mutu's conflict and controversy filled career has led him to sign with Ligue 1 clube Ajaccio, putting him back in the same league as former Juventus teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Though the 33-year-old Romanian striker only scored eight goals for relegated Cesena last season, he believes that he and Zlatan are engaging in a goal-scoring battle for the ages.
From RMC Sport:
I know Ibrahimovic very well. This is a player who has always chosen teams in which it would evolve. He wanted to be in a team that could win the championship and win in Europe. Paris is a good choice for him. In my case, I have no problem. We're having a duel from a distance. I would bet to see which one scores the most goals.
Considering the fact that Mutu still owes Chelsea 14 million, he probably won't be able to bet much. Still, this "duel from a distance" sounds like it could be dangerous for him.
Nevermind the fact that Zlatan already has a two-goal advantage on Mutu and that he led Serie A with 28 goals last season. Zlatan's mind and body are both internationally recognized as lethal weapons. This duel is not going end well for Mutu.