Is Ibrahimovic coming to the Premier League?

February 18, 2016
By: Milos Markovic

IbrahimovicIt might be a bit overdue, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s possible move to the Premier League is enough of a reason to be excited.

The Swedish living legend has dropped a huge hint towards a move to the Premier League in the summer, when his Paris Saint-Germain contract expires.

Football fans in England have been waiting for Ibra ever since he rejected a trial over at Arsenal back when he was an ill-tempered teenager, and the arrival of Swedish striker is now a genuine possibility.

A sparkling career filled with titles in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and France could see a twist for the unexpected short-term deal over in England, before the 34-year-old heads towards the expected escape route into the United States in 2017.

Ibrahimovic sparked the imagination with his most recent comments quoted all over the European newspapers, claiming that ‘big things will happen’ in the summer.

Asked specifically about a move to the Premier League, Zlatan Ibrahimovic said:

“Let’s just say I am in good shape.”

Speculation keeps mounting around his possible arrival and the British press have already made their guess. One thing is sure, Ibrahimovic will not be joining Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, but he could still come to Manchester.

As Jose Mourinho gets closer to accepting Manchester United post every day, plenty of rumours have begun to circulate guessing what the Portuguese manager’s team would look like.

Manchester United are believed to be set to hand Mourinho a huge £300 million transfer kitty, which could be spent on Radja Nainggolan, but also on Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The Swede will likely be forced to accept the pay cut to his reported £200,000-a-week after taxes deal, but is believed to be willing to do it in order to work with his dear friend and former manager at Inter Milan.

Having all but won the French Ligue 1 with PSG, Ibrahimovic has this season turned his focus on the Champions League and is determined to make a noticeable result in his farewell season with the Paris-based club.

The Saints have a 2-1 advantage from their first elimination duel with Chelsea and are standing at 11.00 (10/1) @Coral to be crowned European champions at the end of the campaign.

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