Ibrahimovic is a free agent this summer.

Manchester United offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic one-year contract

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future has long been a subject of interest amongst football fans.

The prolific stirker will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer when his contract expires, with a host of top European clubs in the hunt to secure his signature.

The likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United have all been rumoured with a move for Ibrahimovic yet nothing has been set in stone - until now.


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The Sun reports, per French outlet RMC, that United have formally offered the Sweden international a one-year contract with an option to extend his stay.

They are the first to lodge official interest in Ibrahimovic, yet a move to Old Trafford might not materialise.

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It's believed the Sweden international will only join United if Jose Mourinho - not Louis van Gaal - is manager.

That alone suggests Ibrahimovic will be the subject of one of this summer's biggest transfer sagas, with his goalscoring exploits for PSG this term reason alone for every side to try signing him.


The 34-year-old scored a quite incredible 38 goals in Ligue 1, also making 13 assists.

His brace against Nantes in his last ever game on Saturday broke Carlos Bianchi's record of 37 goals in one season.

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