After weeks of teasing, taunting and generally misleading everyone who would listen about his upcoming club decision, former PSG megastar Zlatan Ibrahimovic seems on the verge of finally announcing his decision.
During preparation for Sweden’s Euro 2016 match against Ireland on Monday, Zlatan was asked about his rumoured move to Manchester United, to which he responded there was nothing to say and said the media would know “soon.”
‘There is nothing to say,’ Zlatan said, per the Metro. ‘The future will be, you will know soon.’
The 34-year-old striker also pledged to be a dominant player anywhere he goes.
‘The legend can still deliver. I have been dominating wherever I go.’
The Swedish striker is believed to have a deal in principle with Man United already, but has played coy with the media for weeks.
Zlatan is coming off a career year in which he scored 38 Ligue 1 goals and 50 total goals, along with over a dozen assists. He is reportedly interested in reuniting with former Milan manager Jose Mourinho, who was hired by Man United in late-May.
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