The former Barcelona striker has been criticised for the money he earns by the French federation of the blind and visually impaired
Sweden international Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been criticised by the French federation of the blind and visually impaired [FAF] in its calendar “La bourse ou la vue”.
The calendar features personalities from various walks of life in France and stresses the role of money in society.
"The question we want to ask is simple: in what kind of society do we want to live?," said Vincent Michel, the president of the FAF, on the federation’s website.
"The one where money is king that crushes everything in its path and in particular the weak? Or do we want to live in a society more just, more human, respectful and caring of individuals and of progress for everyone?"
The Paris Saint-Germain striker appears on the February page of the calendar and is facing criticism for the large quantity of money he earns at the club.
The 31-year-old’s salary sees him pocket more than €1m a month for the French side.
“Mr. Zlatan Ibrahimovic... Do you know that with your yearly salary, you could fully-fund the Institute's Vision, its 250 researchers and personnel who work in the department of research on diseases of the vision?” added Michel.
Former Lyon and Barcelona defender Edmilson has also criticised the Swede by warning new PSG arrival Lucas Moura of the player.
“Lucas needs to stay smart around this arrogant superstar,” he said through his Twitter account.