With only one year remaining on his contract, the Norwegian’s future has been called into serious doubt, especially with his chances of breaking into City’s first-team limited due to an abundance of talented players.
This has alerted a number of rivals, who are keen to offer the powerful midfielder the chance to perform regularly.
Ibrahim – who is currently representing his nation at the European U-21 Championships – says that he is looking to resolve his future in the coming weeks, and that he is keen to play week-in-week-out for a Premier League side:
“At the moment I’m focusing on the tournament but from what I know from my advisors, there is interest from Premier League clubs,” he told Sky Sports.
“I will know my future once I get back with Man City after my loan finishes 30th of June. But I would love to play in the Premier League next season, week in week out as it is the best league in the world.”
Ibrahim has spent the majority of his time at City away from the club on various loan deals.
Before moving to current side Stromsgodset, the Somalia-born star enjoyed stints with Burnley and Dutch outfit NEC.
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