Mino Raiola In USA To Open Talks About A Potential Move For Ibrahimovic
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Mino Raiola In USA To Open Talks About A Potential Move For Ibrahimovic


  • Manchester United were one of the biggest clubs in the transfer window at the start of the season and Jose Mourinho is desperate to make this summer similar to the last.

    The Red Devils, currently in the 6th place in the points table, have a decent chance to qualify for the Champions League next manager is looking to add some of the finest players from Europe to help them compete with the best next season.

    This has seen them linked with some of the biggest names in Europe recently but Mourinho might also have to let a few players leave in the summer.

    One such player who is now edging closer to and exit from the Old Trafford is star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

    The Swedish International who retired from International Football last year joined Manchester United from PSG on a free transfer for a year at the start of the season and has easily been their most influential player this season scoring 26 goals already in all competitions.

    However, his deal at the Old Trafford will come to an end at the end of the season and this has seen him linked with a move to MLS outfit LA Galaxy and also with a move to Italian club Napoli.

    At 35, Zlatan will not be competing at the highest level for a long time and he is reportedly weighing his options at the end of the season.

    Mourinho is desperate to keep hold of the star and has reportedly offered him a 2-year deal to stay at the Old Trafford.

    But reports from Marca today claim that he is edging closer to and exit and that his agent Mino Raiola is currently is in the states to discuss his potential move to the MLS in the summer.

    Ibrahimovic has in the past spoken about his interest to move to the states but it is now understood that his wages which are currently £260,000 a week at the Old Trafford, is the only problem for the MLS outfit.

    However, much would depend on the 35-year-old who will have to decide if he has had enough of the best League in Europe. Do you think Ibrahimovic should leave Manchester United this summer?

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