Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is very familiar with Italian football, spending time at Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan over seven seasons. Now, according to ESPN FC, Ibrahimovic has not ruled out another stint in Italy. His agent has made claims in the past that Ibrahimovic would like to play at Napoli before he retires and when asked, Ibrahimovic admitted that it was a possibility.
Ibrahimovic has had a very successful first season in Manchester, exceeding expectations, scoring 26 goals and recording eight assists, contributing to over 40 percent of United’s goals this season. As a result, manager Jose Mourinho has repeatedly stated that he would like the big Swede to renew his contract and spend another season in Manchester but Ibrahimovic has been coy about his decision.
Ibrahimovic has also been linked to a move to the United States, with MLS side Los Angeles Galaxy confirming that they have extended him a contract offer that would make him the highest paid player in MLS history. The player who calls himself “God” is no stranger to taking his time with contract decisions. as last season, he waited until July to confirm he was signing with United.