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Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be heading to the Premier League this summer.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Premier League clubs are chasing my signature

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed he is wanted by Barclays Premier League clubs as he prepares to make a decision about where he will play next season.

The prolific Sweden and Paris St Germain striker is set to leave his current side in the summer and has been linked with a number of English teams, including Arsenal and Chelsea.

His contract with the Ligue 1 champions expires at the end of the campaign, and he is expected to move on.

Ibrahimovic, 34, said he has "a lot of options" that point to a "very bright" future, including opportunities to play for an English club for the first time.

He said, according to the Guardian: "There's interest, I can confirm that. We'll have to wait and see what happens. I'll look at every offer on the table and then make a decision.

"It's like a marriage. Both parties need to want it just as much.

"I think the Premier League is the league that attracts the most interest in the world. No doubt about it. I've played in fantastic countries and leagues.

"Every league has its pros and cons, and that goes for the Premier League as well.

"I'm not having any discussions regarding this at the moment. I will not lie to you, Mino (Raiola), my agent, handles everything regarding my future right now.

"Then, in the summer, we will look at all the options. And I believe that I have a lot of options.

"A lot of big things will happen this summer. The future looks very bright."

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