Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic farewelled Paris Saint-Germain F.C. after winning the French Cup Final against Olympique de Marseille last night.

Now that he’s on the market, which club will Dare to Zlatan?  

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French national coach Laurent Blanc describes Zlatan as a phenomenon.

Zlatan sees himself as gods gift to football, and he doesn’t hold back on his thoughts.

“I have not learned to speak French, but I have won. I came, I saw, I conquered.” 

The Swede has expressed his interest to play football in the English Premier League, and at the age of 35 years, this could be his last time do to it.

Manchester United have become one of the running favourite’s to capture Zlatan’s signature, amid reports that manager Louis van Gaal will be dismissed in the next 72 hours.

The most likely replacement looks to be ‘the special one’ Jose Mourinho.

Jose’s apparent arrival is set to attract the big names back to Old Trafford, and Zlatan is no exception.

His relationship with van Gaal flawed from his time at Ajax.


His connection with Mourinho still strong from his championship winning days at Inter Milan.

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It really is the perfect match.

Could United’s absence from the Champions League be the reason why he doesn’t sign the dotted line?

The decision might not be made until after Euro 2016 in France, where Zlatan will star for Sweden. Unsurprisingly, Zlatan is extremely confident about their chances and made this comment on Sweden’s official Facebook page.

“Now we have the song that will make us win the European Championship.” 

“I’ve heard it and I can now say, this song has already won the Euros. Now we’ll win the Euros.”

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