Thursday, September 29, 2016

Manchester United Gets Zlatan Ibrahimovic?

Manchester United Gets Zlatan Ibrahimovic?

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New manager Jose Mourinho can make Zlatan Ibrahimovic his first sign-on for Manchester United.

BBC reported that Swedish player Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already free from any contract.  The player has just left French champions Paris St-Germain, and the player is noted to have received rewarding offers from China clubs aside from the interest of United.

Ibrahimovic is the kind of player that Man Utd is looking for. Things could work out nicely for them as the player has spoken well about his good working experience with Mourinho.

The 53-year-old successor to Louis van Gaal is expected to occupy the vacant position after his representatives talked with Man Utd officials on Tuesday.

Manchester United still has the capacity to give big wages despite their turnover figures. However, their failure to qualify for the Champions League for the second time in a period of three years restricts their capacity to bring the best stars of the game.

Ibrahimovic is achievable for the club, plus he has the desire to experience the Premier League. He also has the ability to boast, as he has already made strong impact in France, Spain, Italy and The Netherlands.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has already won 12 league titles in four leagues including the two he got at Juventus and the one with Mourinho in 2009 at the Inter Milan when he won goal of the season and was named Serie A player of the year.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic recently talked about his desire to continue working with Mourinho instead of moving to Barcelona. The player has maintained his performance in the sport despite his age.

Man Utd is not so lucky with its signings lately. The club gave huge wages to Radamel Falcao and Angel di Maria during van Gaal’s first two years. Unfortunately, the two players left the club after one season.

According to the Guardian, Mourinho’s plan to get an elite striker confirms that Wayne Rooney will no longer be a regular.