Paris Saint Germain's main man has spoken out over the club's purchase of former Chelsea defender on Twitter.
Known for living life in the fast lane, car-lover Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a 32-year-old striker on the books at Paris Saint-Germain, is known as much for his highlight-reel goals and trophy haul as he is for his acerbic appraisals.
From slamming John Carew for doing to a football what he can do with an orange, to lambasting "that idiot" Pep Guardiola in his high-praised biography I Am Zlatan, where he slams Barcelona for purchasing him - a Ferrari - and driving it like a Fiat, Ibrahimovic is known for his meticulous choice of words.
While a seemingly large contingent of the football industry are scratching their heads over the logic in investing £40m - £48m on centre back David Luiz, after the deal to bring the Brazilian to Parc des Princes was confirmed by Chelsea earlier this week, Ibra is not confused.
He said: "Yet another giant for the PSG defence - I'm looking forward to next season and vacation has only just begun!"
Luiz will likely partner Thiago Silva in the heart of the Parisian's rearguard, yet could be joined by his former Blues team-mate Eden Hazard, who PSG are also desperate to acquire.