Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Manchester United, Liverpool & Chelsea face competition as 30 CLUBS want striker

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract at Paris Saint-Germain comes to an end next summer, and as according to his agent, the Swedish superstar is set to be one of the most in-demand talents on the market.

According to Mino Raiola, speaking on RMC, there are, remarkably, 30 clubs who are interested in signing the hitman.

“For the moment it’s calm,” the player’s representative began, as per Le 10 Sport, “it’s not the time for that.

“There are 30 clubs who are interested in him because it’s the end of his contract. That doesn’t mean that he won’t rest at PSG.

“Will he stay there? Today, he wants to be at PSG. I can extend his deal, anything could happen. He knows what the club wants, and the others as well. PSG are very content to have Zlatan,” he concluded.

“That’s the most important thing.”

Ibrahimovic has demonstrated his class in Ligue 1 so far this season, scoring seven goals in seven games in the French top flight. His goals have lifted the reigning champions up to top spot in the French table, and they remain unbeaten after 11 matches on 29 points.

The 34-year-old has enjoyed great success since moving to PSG after leaving AC Milan, winning Ligue 1 three times between 2012 and 2015. He has also lifted the Trophee des champions on three occasions, lifted the Coupe de la Ligue twice and claimed the Coupe de France on one occasion.

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Premier League trio Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea were all linked with the high-profile attacker during the summer transfer window, and any of the three may yet make a move for the striker…even if they are set to face intense competition for his signature, according to Raiola.

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