The buzz surrounding Swedish International, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is only growing as the time passes. 

After PSG recently acquired Edison Cavani, the departure of the Swede seems almost inevitable. The question has moved from if Zlatan will leave Paris, to when and where he will go.

The leaders in the race for this remarkable talent still seem to be Real Madrid, as Zlatan has even agreed to take a pay-cut to join his former boss Carlo Ancelotti in the Bernabeu. 

Even though Madrid are the likely front-runners, one should not rule out the very possibility of Chelsea or Manchester City in becoming Zlatan's new home.
Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, has added Ibrahimovic on his wish-list of strikers for the up-coming season according to reports. 

The former Madrid boss has been on the look-out for a new striker with Luis Suarez, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic all on the radar for the Blues. 

If Real Madrid fail to capitalise on the Swede's availability one can think Mourinho will likely take the chance.

Another seemingly perfect match for Zlatan is at Manchester City. After the departure of the striking duo, Mario Balotelli and Carlos Tevez, only Alvaro Negredo has been brought in. 

Although City have the likes of Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko, Manuel Pellegrini will more than likely need more attacking players on books to compete successfully in the Premier League.

As for the 31-year-old Swede, his skill and dominance in today's football is almost unmatched. 

Coming off one of his best seasons, Zlatan won not only the Golden Boot in Ligue 1, he also led the charge for PSG to win the domestic title. 

Age does not seem like a factor for this truly remarkable player, and any club would be lucky to be graced by his presence.


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