11 Nov 2019
Is Zlatan Ibrahimovic on his way back to Manchester United?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the top footballers to have ever played the sport, and even at the age of 38, he continues to make a tremendous impact.
Having led a number of clubs to glory, he is currently enjoying a great stint at LA Galaxy.
Interestingly, he has once again been linked with a return to his former club, Manchester United.
United eye Ibrahimovic reunion in January
As per a report by Mail Online, he has been linked with a number clubs, including Manchester United.
And, United might be more than willing to have a reunion with him as soon as possible, since they look to bolster their options in their forward line-up.
Notably, United are off to one of the worst starts in the history of Premier League.
Ibrahimovic confident of making it to Premier League again
Speaking on the possibility, Ibrahimovic confirmed that United are still interested in him and expressed his confidence about making an impact in the Premier League.
"I could easily play in the Premier League. If Man United need me, I am there. But, the Galaxy has me so sorry [laughs]," he was quoted as saying to Simon Peach.
Ibrahimovic on his bond with Pogba
Ibrahimovic also linked to a return to AC Milan
However, former Milan striker, Paolo Rossi, has claimed that he could hardly solve Milan's ongoing problems.
"I don't know if he's likely to come back. He is a player who has had an extraordinary career, but he cannot solve Milan's problems," said Rossi to Gazzetta dello Sport.
Some records held by Ibrahimovic
Following are the records held by Ibrahimovic:
He is the all-time top scorer for Sweden, 62 goals in 116 matches.
He is the only player to play UEFA Champions League for seven clubs.
He is the only PSG player to score the most goals in three seasons.
He is the oldest player (35 years, 125 days) to score 15 EPL goals in a season.
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Ibrahimovic continues to guide Paul Pogba
Ibrahimovic further said that he continues to share a good relation with United forward Paul Pogba, as he often guides him. "I give him a lot of advice. But, nothing that I'll share with you!" he said further.
Rossi does not consider Ibrahimovic as long-term prospect
"They put a patch on one hole, but the water comes out of many others. He would not be an investment useful for the future, but only for the next six months. So, what's the use?" Rossi wondered.