Paris Saint-Germain’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic has put to rest all debates regarding who the best footballer is in the world at the moment in a recent interview, while playing the Word Asociation game.

The striker is currently in the United States with PSG on their pre-season tour. During an interview with Sports Illustrated‘s Maggie Gray, Ibrahimovic was seen discussing a number of topics including his future, the MLS, his relationship with Louis Van Gaal, and the never ending Messi-Ronaldo debate.

Ibrahimovic pick’s his side in the debate which has been dividing the footballing universe for years

Ibrahimovic has played with Lionel Messi during his short and controversial stint with FC Barcelona and has always heaped praise on the diminutive Argentine.

During the interview with Sports Illustrated, Ibrahimovic labelled Lionel Messi as ‘fantastic’, while Real Madrid‘s Cristiano Ronaldo only received a ‘good’ remark from the 33-year-old, who referred to himself as ‘wow’.

However, it is not the first time that the Swede has praised Messi. Couple of year’s ago, Ibrahimovic was quoted as saying:

. “Messi does not need his right foot, though. He only uses the left and he’s still the best in the world!

“Imagine if he also used his right foot… Then we would have serious problems!”

Ibrahimovic has been linked with a move away from Paris Saint-Germain for some-time now, with AC Milan, Manchester United, and Arsenal FC reportedly keen on his services.

Here’s the video from the interview: