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Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirms his transfer to Manchester United

The former Paris Saint-Germain striker took to Instagram to post a picture of Manchester United’s badge with a caption in typical Zlatan style.

He wrote: ‘Time to let the world know. My next destination is Manchester United I am coming.’

The Sweden striker has returned home from Euro 2016 after his country were knocked out and it is no surprise to see him move to Old Trafford.

Signing on a free transfer, Ibrahimovic is United’s second major summer deal in what’s expected to be a summer of change under new boss Jose Mourinho.

The pair worked together during a spell at Inter Milan and are known to be close friends and they will rekindle that relationship working together in the red half of Manchester.

Ibrahimovic boasts an incredible goal record and, perhaps more importantly, is a proven winner having won multiple league titles in Italy, France and Holland.

With Man United bidding to return to the top of English football, the Swede will add much-needed experience in an attempt to guide them to glory







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