Zlatan Ibrahimovic loves him some him.
That’s no surprise for anyone who follows the wickedly talented Swede. Ibrahimovic, 34, has won titles at every stop and left Paris Saint-Germain a Ligue 1 legend this Spring.
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Tipped for a move to join Jose Mourinho at Manchester United or even a shock move to China or Major League Soccer, Ibrahimovic would like to announce where he’s going, but he’s having too much fun reading his transfer rumors.
“I want to still write a lot of stories,” he said. “I get excited when I see them because I want to see who is making up the best story.
“When I’m tired of it, I’ll let you know where I will go.”
Ibrahimovic has said he will not go back to Malmo for a half-season because he’s “too good for the Allsvenskan”, and Sky reports that China has made him a contract offer that United is not prepared to match. His agent insists his future is not yet determined, though Ibrahimovic has said otherwise.
He’s a fantastic player. We just wish he was a little more outgoing and confident.