Paris Saint Germain’s star striker Ibrahimovic is considering a move to America to play in the MLS ahead of his last few playing years, reports ESPN.
The 33-year-old Swedish superstar has played for many of Europe’s top clubs and has stated that PSG will be his last European club but Ibrahimovic also claimed an interest to challenge in the MLS.
Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet also reported that Ibrahimovic recently visited to the U.S. Embassy in Paris to apply for a permanent visa.
Ibra out, Benz in
If Ibrahimovic were to move on then there’s no doubt PSG will be looking to strengthen in attack and a move for French striker Benzema would make sense and be a tantalising prospect.
The Real Madrid forward is one of the best strikers in the world currently and is in his prime years to take the journey Paris Saint Germain have been on to the next level, competing for the Champions League.
If former Barcelona and Juventus striker Ibrahimovic does move on then it would be interesting to see what would happen with Cavani, often played out on the wing to accommodate both forwards, the Uruguayan may feel that he should be given the chance to start up front more, although his own future has consistently been in doubt since his move to the Parc Des Princes.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a massive name in the world of football, and a hero to his home country, he has shown time and again that he is one of the best strikers in the world and a deadly finisher in front of goal.
Having made a name for himself at Ajax, Ibra got a big money move to Italian giants Juventus before signing for the first of the two Milan clubs he would appear for in Internazionale, he then went on to Barcelona and after a tumultuous season with the Catalan club he headed back to Italy, this time with A.C. Milan where played until 2012 before coming the headline player of PSG’s project in 2012.
Whether or not Ibra heads to the MLS any time soon, there’s no doubt he has had a glowing career and has been one of the best strikers in modern football. I bet even Arsene Wenger regrets not signing him as a 20-year-old.
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