Zlatan Ibrahimovic Refuses To Rule Out Move To Napoli

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Manchester United star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that he won’t be ruling out a move to Napoli just yet.

The Swede arrived at Old Trafford for free in the summer of 2016, signing a one-year contract with the Red Devils, which consists of an option to further extend it by a year.

However, the 35-year-old is yet to conclusively decide whether he will be triggering the extension option, especially amid rumours linking him with a move away from England.

Zlatan has been linked with a sensational transfer to the MLS, with LA Galaxy rumoured to be keen on making him the highest paid player in the history of the competition. Furthermore, the striker has been surprisingly linked with a move to Italy as well, with Napoli dubbed as a probable destination.

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Ibrahimovic recently addressed these reports whilst speaking to his former Juventus coach Fabio Capello for Italy’s Fox Sports, and revealed (via ESPN): “You never know, but I’m happy here (at Manchester United). Let’s just wait and see what happens.”

He further spoke about how happy he was during his spell in the Italian Serie A with AC Milan, by stating: “My family was very happy in Milan. I spoke with [Milan general manager Adriano] Galliani and [president Silvio] Berlusconi and they had convinced me to join them with great desire and motivation.

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“We had a great side. When we won the title, I remember Galliani coming into the dressing room with an Inter shirt in his hands and he ripped off the badge for the titleholders and told us: ‘This is yours now.’

“I didn’t want to leave Milan. When you’re happy, you’re just happy. I just wanted to be playing and I still had in my mind what had happened at Barcelona, where I hadn’t been comfortable.”


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