Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is hiring the main square in the city of Malmo to make sure his return to his former club is watched by as many fans as possible.
Ibrahimovic says on his Facebook page that the Champions League match between PSG and Malmo on Nov. 25 will be broadcast live in the square. Ibrahimovic says ''the entire Malmo will be able to see the game.''
The Sweden international started his career with Malmo in 1999 before moving to Ajax. He also played for Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona and AC Milan.
PSG beat Malmo 2-0 last week when the sides met at the Parc des Princes in their Group A opener. Paris St. Germain coach Laurent Blanc is pleased with his team's unbeaten start to the season but insists there is still plenty of room for improvement.
The Ligue 1 leaders, hit the road to face a Reims side that has won both of its home games so far.
"This (Champions League) result is a good omen for the season ahead," Blanc said to Ligue1.com. "We wanted to win and we achieved that, but I must confess I'm a bit disappointed we didn't score a goal or two more, because we could have done that. But the result is there for everyone to see."
Summer signing Angel Di Maria opened his PSG account against Malmo in Paris, while Edinson Cavani added the second to take his tally to five goals in three games.
The French giants, who had their 13-match winning run in Ligue 1 halted in last week's 2-2 draw with Bordeaux, are one point clear of Rennes at the top of the standings five games into the campaign.
Information from FOXSoccer.com's newswire services contributed to this report.