Zlatan Ibrahimovic is officially a Manchester United player.
The 34-year-old was confirmed by the club this evening via social media.
Done deal! #ZlatanTime pic.twitter.com/7W2qsnXtXw
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 1, 2016
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United shared a photo of Zlatan putting pen to paper on his new contract.
And, according to the Daily Star, that contract is 12 months long and worth £250,000 a week.
The UK economy is battered and bruised following last week’s Brexit vote to leave the European Union.
But, with a his United salary paying him more than £1m a month, Zlatan is well placed to survive even the harshest recession.
Zlatan’s wage are obviously very high, but so are his standards.
He scored 50 goals for club and country last season and has not scored fewer than 34 goals in each of the last five campaigns.
Zlatan has won at least one national league title with each of his previous clubs, in four different countries.
United have not been champions of England since 2013.