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Ibrahimović has top-selling MLS jersey in 2018

Zlatan Ibrahimović  remains a force on and off the field. The 37-year-old Swede has led LA Galaxy to the brink of the Major League Soccer playoffs and he has also had the top-selling jersey in MLS this year.

The ranking is based on overall retail sales of adidas MLS jerseys on MLSstore.com since the beginning of 2018.

Ibrahimović beat crosstown rival Carlos Vela, of LA FC, for the top spot. Atlanta United striker Josef Martinez ranked third, while former England captain Wayne Rooney was fourth despite not signing with DC United until July.

Miguel Almirón, Martinez’s Atlanta teammate, slipped from first place to fifth on the list.

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