Ibrahimovic training for Sweden.

German club offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic chance to be king

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One of the biggest transfer stories so far this summer is the debate on where the self proclaimed god Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be playing his football next season following his departure from Paris Saint-Germain.

He has been linked with many Premier League clubs, with the closest link appearing to be to Manchester United, but he has also been mentioned in regards to a move to the mega rich Chinese Super League or even to an MLS club.

According to The Mirror, Ibrahimovic will sign a one year deal, which could be all tied up before Euro 2016 kicks off next week. He would be Jose Mourinho's first signing since he became Manchester United manager and it would see the pair link up once again.


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Ibrahimovic played under Mourinho at Inter Milan and the pair have been said to have a good relationship.

However, The Independent have reported that there has been an offer from lowly fourth tier German club Oberhausen.

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They have made the astounding offer that, if he shuns the financial power of the big leagues and signs for them, they will actually create a monarchy and name him King.

They have also stated they will name a local swimming pool and a new beer after Ibrahimovic. If that wasn't enough they have said they would construct a new stand at their current stadium but only using Swedish materials to build it. It appears they are really trying to pull out all of the stops to get their man.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic would loved to be named King, however, as egotistical as he can be, there will be no chance this deal with ever come to fruition.

At 34, Ibrahimovic will be looking for his final big move of his playing career, so Manchester United is the more likely option of the two.

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