Zlatan Ibrahimovic is settling into his new life in Manchester well with a goal in his first appearance against Galatasaray and a decent performance against Everton.
His creature comforts are on their way as well with a £1.5million fleet of supercars travelling to England after a spell in Paris.
But where exactly is Ibrahimovic planning on keeping his bright red Ferrari Enzo and Porsche 918 Spyder? Well, according to The Sun, the Swede has found the perfect location, a £16,500-a-month mansion in Cheshire.
The six-bedroom mansion comes fitted with a double garage, an indoor swimming pool, a stacked cocktail bar and something called an 'indoor relaxation centre'. We don't know what that is, but it sounds very much like a sitting room.
Either way, it is amazing and was recently for sale on Rightmove for the cool price of £3,850,000. Ibrahimovic, who only signed a one-year contract with the Red Devils, hasn't found the cash to buy it outright but could fork over a potential £858,000 in rental fees by the time his tenancy comes to an end.
Considering he earns £1m-a-month at Old Trafford, we don't think the landlord will have any reservations about handing this amazing property over to an equally amazing footballer.
We've embedded some of the images below for your enjoyment, courtesy of Rightmove.
Out of the Radison
Ibrahimovic should finally be able to settle down in Manchester after a turbulent start to life in England's north. The Swede was reportedly forced to switch hotels after discovering The Lowry, which is used by Manchester United staff frequently, was not up to standard.
He left for the city's other five-star hotel, The Radison, after just one night simply became The Lowry didn't have a swimming pool. That might seem a little 'prima donna' for a man like Zlatan, but he probably has a stringent fitness routine that must be maintained.
Considering the 34-year-old reportedly broke records during his Manchester United medical examinations, we're going to assume he knows exactly what his body needs.