Paris Saint-German striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic would be open to a move to the Premier League when his contract expires in the summer, according to his agent.
Mino Raiola was speaking to Sky Sports, and revealed that although his client will not be moving in January, he expects him to evaluate all his options in the summer and England remains a possibility.
“I would like to see him in the Premier League. I think it’s a game that is made for him with his strength. his ability, his technique, the stadiums with fantastic atmosphere and how football is lived,” he said.
“It’s difficult now because for the first time in his life he wants to be a free agent so that he can look around and have a feeling day by day what he wants to do.
“There are a lot of projects on our table but he has not decided yet. Can he go to England? In theory yes he can because he will be a free agent and for sure there are some clubs always interested in him. What we will do at the end, I really don’t know.”
Ibrahimovic has enjoyed a glittering playing career where he has played a pivotal role for various clubs around Europe which has led to titles in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and France.
However, the 34-year-old will arguably take more time with his next decision compared to any other as it could well be the final one he has to make before retirement.
Coupled with the fact that he will lead Sweden at Euro 2016, the influential forward will have a busy six months ahead. After which, it remains to be seen where he will ply his trade in the 2016/17 season, with various clubs in Italy also linked with taking him back to Serie A.