Zlatan Ibrahimovic has given a fresh update on his future that will please Man United fans
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has rubbished reports which suggested that he could soon return to his boyhood club Malmo but otherwise remained tight-lipped over his future.
The Sweden international will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer when his current contract expires and has been tipped to become Jose Mourinho’s first signing at Manchester United.
Ibrahimovic enjoys a friendly relationship with the Portuguese coach but, speaking for the first time since Mourinho’s installation in the Old Trafford helm, the 34-year-old striker was giving little away.
"I want you to write your stories so I will be entertained because I want to hear who can make the best story,” he told reporters at a press conference when asked about his future.
“When I'm tired of it, I'll let you know where I am going," he added.
Ibrahimovic did, however, rule out an immediate return to Malmo, the club at which he began his career, by simply declaring himself ‘too good’ for Sweden’s Allsvenskan top-flight.
On Monday, the 34-year-old had admitted that he would like to return to his boyhood team, saying: “I love Malmö and I wish I could play today. I apologise for that, but I will, I will. Just wait for me.”
Independent News Service