New PSG manager Unai Emery has implored the club to put the successful stay of Zlatan Ibrahimovic behind them.
The Spaniard was unveiled as the new boss of the French giants on Monday and immediately went about kickstarting a brand new era by urging everyone involved to look forward rather than worry about the past when Ibrahimovic was guiding them to four successive Ligue 1 titles.
“We start from zero,” said former Sevilla boss Emery in the French capital.
“Zlatan in Paris. That was beautiful. I had something similar at Sevilla.
“But what happened in the past is over. Now we focus on the future and I’m happy and proud to be here.”
Ibrahimovic left Parc des Princes for Manchester United this summer after four successful seasons in Paris.
Similarly, 44-year-old Emery departed the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan full of trophies after guiding Sevilla to three Europa League titles in a row.