Zlatan Ibrahimovic has yet again come under the media’s radar by sensationally claiming that his future is in the hands of his agent Mino Riola. The stupendous Swedish has been linked with a move away from Parc des Princes this summer with  AC Milan already offering him a return to Italy.

Speculation surrounding the 33-year-old’s future grows as the transfer window progresses. “Should I stay in Paris? My future is in the hands of Mino Raiola,” Ibrahimovic told Sky Italia. Co-incidentally, the Swedish made the claim shortly after Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal suggested that his side are ‘in the process’ of signing a ‘surprise’ striker.

Ibrahimovic scores arguably the best goal in the history of the game against England.

Though Ibrahimovic has started the pre-season campaign with PSG, his future has been uncertain since the final third of the last season when Edinson Cavani was being played in in his position. It has been reported that things would continue in the same fashion with Zlatan playing as a supporting striker so that Cavani doesn’t leave the French champions and this didn’t go down well with Ibrahimovic.

Even at 33, the Swedish striker is at the peak of his career and is rightly considered to be one the most dangerous frontmen to behold in the world. If indeed he was to leave France, his quality and experience would be a major upgrade to almost every team in Europe as he still probably has one big move left in him.


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