- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed a deal to join MLS side LA Galaxy
- The former Paris-Saint-Germain striker is currently in America on a break
- United manager Jose Mourinho has said he will not block his way from leaving the club
Swedish football star Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed a deal to join MLS side LA Galaxy and the former Paris-Saint-Germain striker is even said to have signed a secret contract.
Ibrahimovic is currently concentrating on rebuilding his fitness levels, and he has not played any game for Manchester United this year.
He returned too early from a serious knee injury, and the decision was taken by United chiefs to give the 36-year-old more time to recover.
Last season, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was a blessing to Manchester United as he ended up as the club's top scorer and also helped the team to win the Europa League and also the EFL Cup.
But it seems Ibrahimovic is ready to move on from Old Trafford as L’Equipe claim he has already agreed to join MLS giants LA Galaxy.
It is believed Ibrahimovic signed an agreement three weeks ago and it could mean the Swede misses the final months of United’s season.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Swedish professional striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been seen hunting in Macedonia ahead of Manchester United star’s move to LA Galaxy.
The former Paris-Saint-Germain striker has been posing with fans in the city of Stip where he is on holiday with friends.
Zlatan, 36, also visited a restaurant in the hunting town where he generously mixed with locals and posed for pictures.
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