Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants Arsenal move

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to force a transfer to Arsenal when his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires next summer.

The Swede had recently said it was "too late" for a move to the Premier League with the 34-year-old reaching the end of his career. However, Neil Moxey in the Sunday People, via the Mirror, believes that the legendary striker has had contact with numerous clubs, including the Gunners.

It's understood that Ibrahimovic is keen to work under Arsene Wenger and, with the club in need of a world-class striker, Arsenal would surely be interested in signing him.

Having played in Italy, France and Spain, Ibrahimovic's agent, Mino Raiola, is keen for his client to test himself in what is often regarding as 'the best league in the world.'

Ibrahimovic aims to end his career in either America or the Middle East but obviously feels he can still play at the highest level.

It would be the last chance for the eccentric striker to move to England and there's no doubt Premier League fans wold relish seeing someone of Ibrahimovic's quality every week.

Despite his career drawing to an end, the front-man is still capable of producing moments of magic; demonstrated by his two goals against Denmark last week which secured Sweden's place in next year's European Championships.

Understandably, talk of signing Ibrahimovic got some Arsenal fans very excited.

A chance to sign one of the game's biggest superstars on a free transfer doesn't come around too often and it seems Arsenal will have the first option to approach him.

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