He told Canal Plus: "He was the boss on the ground. When you have a player who can score 40 goals a season, that's it.
"In the locker rooms he was listened to. When one has irreproachable performances, in the dressing room one is listened to. Certainly the departure of Ibrahimovic destabilized the locker room. He has not been replaced. Today there is only (Edinson) Cavani left.
"In the locker room, Ibrahimovic is missed for his rants and his winning mentality."