Ligue 1 star considers MLS switch despite Man United and Chelsea interest

Manchester United and Chelsea target Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that he would consider a move to the MLS after his contract expires, Express reports.

The 33-year-old still has another year remaining on his current deal, but alerted the Premier League pair with rumours of a potential exit.

In addition to the two clubs, Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola also stated that Galatasaray are interested in the services of the Sweden international and have already made enquiries regarding his situation.

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However, they are yet to make a formal offer as the striker admitted that he will most likely play out his current contract before deciding where his future lies.

“I’m happy where I am, I have another year on my contract at PSG,” he said.

“I like playing with great players, the club is growing and has big ambitions.

“It’s willing to do everything to be the best and I’m enjoying myself. So, yes I’m a PSG player.

“Will I move to America? You never know.

“I mean, do I see Zlatan playing in the US? Yes. When?  I don’t know.”

Blues boss Jose Mourinho was earlier linked with the player before eventually turning his attentions to a season-long loan deal for Radamel Falcao.

United were also keen on his services given that manager Louis van Gaal is lacking options in his frontline following the departures of both Robin van Persie as well as Falcao.