The battle has only just begun. After the surprising statements of Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the, according to him, “strange maneuver” carried out by EA Sports when using his image in the FIFA saga, his representative has now joined.

And it does not come alone. Thanks to The Telegraph portal, we have learned that up to 300 players are ready to support the Swedish player in his fight for his rights. This has been stated by its also controversial representative, Mino Raiola, who assures that this is just “the beginning of a revolution that will rewrite the system“.

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“We are going to go to the end against FIFA, FIFPro and all those who sell rights that they do not have,” added the Italian. The threat seems to be real, because Raiola warns that if they “want business like now, we will take them to court. FIFPro and FIFA are benefiting from the rights that EA Sports has happily bought, selling rights they don’t have“.

EA Sports Nor has she remained silent before these statements. In an interview with Forbes, the developer assures that “this is not our fight. It is not about EA Sports or video games, gamers or fans. It’s a battle between the footballers’ agents and FIFPro“.

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The only sure thing for now is the arrival of FIFA 21 to the new generation consoles on December 4, with succulent improvements for fans of the franchise. If you haven’t bought a PS5 yet, our buying guide will help you through the process. On the contrary, if yours is to have an Xbox Series X / S, pay attention to this list of stores where you can get one.

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Source : Gadgetsnow