Zlatan Ibrahimovic's best goals in MLS with LA Galaxy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates a goal for LA Galaxy

Whether you love or hate his personality, it's impossible to deny the footballing talent of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Despite now being 38, the Swedish striker has looked as good as ever out in America with LA Galaxy.

In his 56 games with the MLS club, Zlatan scored 52 goals and is firmly one of the finest footballers to have played stateside.

After he announced his departure from the Galaxy last night on social media, a video of the Swede's greatest goals in MLS started doing the rounds.

It's safe to say he gave fans up and down the country some serious entertainment during his two seasons.

Some of the goals scored are simply outrageous, from 40-yard volleys to perfectly executed bicycle kicks and even a crafty back-heel volley thrown in for good measure.


That collection is like watching a Premier League Goal of the Season montage - maybe even better!

Zlatan is now being heavily linked with a European homecoming in January. Borussia Dortmund, AC Milan and Manchester United are all clubs reportedly keen on acquiring his services.

But does the 38-year-old have what it takes to slot effortlessly back into the European circuit? Given the standard of football in MLS, he could be on course to end his career on a low.


Zlatan in action for Galaxy

GIVEMESPORT'S Danny Ryan says: Zlatan is taking a huge risk if he is intent on returning to Europe, one that could slightly besmirch his glowing reputation on the continent.

Let's not forget, his final days at United were woeful, with the Swede unable to deal with any kind of intense, high-quality football.

None of Europe's top five leagues would offer Zlatan an easy route back and unless he's just after a pay day, he should maybe consider remaining in America.

Stateside, he has found the perfect footballing environment: A slower pace of play to accommodate his age and a global commercial appeal to fund his ever-growing brand.

And if it's money he's after in his twilight years, there's always the Chinese Super League...

News Now - Sport News