The controversy between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Electronic Arts continues over the use of the name and face of the Swedish champion in FIFA 21.
The AC Milan player attacked EA, saying he used his image without his permission. Ibrahimovic’s tweet was followed by that of Tottenham’s Gareth Bale and, later, the official response from Electronic Arts came.
However, the controversy seems far from over, as the famous Swedish prosecutor (and many other players) Mino Raiola has now also intervened in the discussion.
Specifically, Raiola posted a tweet, tagging Ibrahimovic and Bale himself, in which he wrote ” @EASPORTS you have been avoiding me for 10 years on questions about player rights. Maybe now you will answer, or just in court? @Ibra_official @ GarethBale11 @ footballforum01 @EASPORTSFIFA “.
— Mino Raiola (@MinoRaiola) November 24, 2020
The controversy, therefore, was also fueled by the words of Raiola and it will be interesting to understand how the issue will evolve and if it will truly be resolved within a court.
What do you think?