Zlatan Ibrahimovic Provides Update On His Future At Manchester United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring.

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Manchester United star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he is currently in talks with the club over extending his stay with the Red Devils.

Since arriving in the Premier League for free in the summer of 2016, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been largely impressive in front of goal, and has already bagged 26 goals in all competitions for his new club.

Naturally, the 35-year-old’s terrific form has urged Jose Mourinho to convince the striker to activate the 1-year extension clause in his current contract. However, with speculation linking the decorated Swede with a big move to the MLS, it has remained unsure as to whether Ibrahimovic will prolong his stay in Manchester.

But now, Zlatan himself has put an end to all the rumours, and revealed that he is currently in talks with the Old Trafford hierarchy over signing the new deal, much to the delight of the Manchester United fans.

Speaking to Manchester Evening News, Ibrahimovic stated: “Let’s see what happens, we are talking. I have an option for another year, I want to do great as long as I’m here, so let us see, there is a lot of time.

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“I’m enjoying being at a fantastic club, without doubts, one of the biggest clubs in the world with a great coach. I know him before, he’s a winner, he’s the perfect coach for this club.

“Being a Manchester United player, I don’t know how many people have that possibility but I am a Man United player, people wanted me here, I chose the club, I chose the best English club, that’s the way it works.”

The veteran forward added: “I enjoy. I’m a person when I go into something I put my head 200 per cent into it. I go in, I go for the kill and I go out. When I go out there is no complaints, that’s what I do. I never leave a job unfinished. I always go in, do my job, and in the way that is a fair play, a fair deal, that is what I do.”


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