International superstar has agreed Man United switch, deal to go through after EURO 2016

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has agreed terms with Manchester United and is set to join the club after EURO 2016, according to reports from ESPN.

The Swedish superstar, now 34, is due to be a free agent when his Paris Saint-Germain contract expires in a couple of weeks’ time, and has been widely linked with a switch to reunite with Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford over the course of the past month or so.

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However, with rival interest from Bayern Munich and suggestions that he is eager to represent his nation at the 2016 Olympic Games, fears had surfaced that a deal may not go through.

Yet, reports claim that ‘Ibra’ has settled on terms with the Manchester heavyweights, with the transfer set to be made official when he’s finished at EURO 2016.

It’s understood that some clauses relating to the one-year contract have delayed negotiations, but that a breakthrough has been reached for Ibrahimovic to officially out pen to paper in the coming weeks.

The giant striker and Mourinho worked together at Inter Milan in 2008/09, in which time they won the Serie A title.