Zlatan Ibrahimovic loves being the centre of attention. Against Chelsea on Tuesday night, the Sweden international sent Twitter into a frenzy when he protected his nose from a free-kick, whilst a film is due to be released on the striker's career.
The 34-year-old's future appears uncertain given that his Paris Saint-Germain contract expires this summer, with the world debating and pondering where he might ply his trade next season.
Now in his mid-30s, 'Zlatan' is certainly no spring chicken, yet with 21 league goals to his name this campaign, he leads the Ligue 1 scoring charts with almost double the tally of Michy Batshuayi in second place. Clearly, Ibrahimovic still knows where the goal is.
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Having already experienced the top-flights of Italy, Spain and France, many feel his illustrious career would most fittingly end in the English Premier League - but which club would he be best suited to?
A serious injury to Danny Welbeck has forced Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to rely heavily on Olivier Giroud this season. Despite now performing at a level expected of him, the Frenchman is still criticised for his lack of goals.
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Ibrahimovic could be an apt signing for the Gunners, if only to provide cover for Giroud, though wages may be a problem.
Chelsea have also been linked to the Swede and they could definitely afford his wage packet. The PSG striker also fits the profile of a typical Blues striker - his strength and ability to hold up the play is similar to that of club legend Didier Drogba.
Elsewhere, if rumours are true that Jose Mourinho could become the next Manchester United manager, Ibrahimovic to Old Trafford could well be on the cards.
The pair worked together at Inter during the 2008/09 season, when the Italian outfit claimed the Serie A title and Ibrahimovic triumphed as the league's top scorer with 25 goals.
But who knows, the delay in signing a new contract could all be a bluff and the striker may well stay in Paris. Perhaps it will all depend on where Mourinho - or the Premier League trophy - ends up.
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