Zlatan Ibrahimovic hints at LA Galaxy stay after posting video on Twitter

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It’s nearly 2019 and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still being linked with big names.

Former clubs AC Milan and Manchester United are just two of the sides who are reportedly chasing his signature of late.

It comes after the 37-year-old made an immediate impact over in the USA, bagging 22 goals in 27 games for LA Galaxy last season.

Hardly surprising though, is it?

The man has been a goal machine his whole career.

It wasn’t the best of seasons for Galaxy who finished the MLS Western Conference in seventh but that didn’t stop Zlatan from becoming the league’s second highest scorer.

If the five-time MLS Cup winners can improve next campaign, keeping their star man is a must.

And luckily for Galaxy it appears he could be staying a little longer despite the ongoing interest from Europe.

That’s according to his latest Tweet as he posted a video that has dropped a major hint regarding his future.

The video was uploaded with the caption ‘MLZ I’m not done with you yet.’

The video showed reports of Zlatan leaving the club which was followed by a clip of him standing in the Galaxy changing rooms, the video ending with a picture of the club’s crest.

Very interesting.

Before moving to the United States earlier this year, Zlatan spent his whole career in Europe so it could have been very tempting to return, especially if his former clubs are calling.

But it seems that he is happy in Los Angeles and there’s no doubt he’ll be eager to extend his goal scoring form next season.

LA Galaxy fans, are you happy with a potential Zlatan stay? Have your say in the comments below.

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