As if there wasn’t already enough reason to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the end of the season, the Swede has just passed another major goalscoring landmark.
Despite being 34 years of age, the Paris Saint-Germain forward has once again been in the goals, this time breaking records.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the first player to reach 30 goals in Europe's top 5 leagues this season.
He's 34! pic.twitter.com/wa6P5GwUIR
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) April 2, 2016
After notching a hat-trick for the Parisians at home to Nice, the former Barcelona and Juventus man has become the first player to reach 30 goals across Europe’s top five leagues this season.
It’s hard to find fault in the man. He’s just getting better and better with every passing year.
As you might expect, most of the top English clubs have been in contact with his representatives ahead of a potential summer move.
With his contract in the French capital set to expire, surely the big players in the Premier League must be willing to offer him a huge deal, despite his advancing years.
Saying he would be a good signing is clearly stating obviously. It’s more a case of whether the huge sums of money involved would be worth splashing out on a man well into the autumn of his career.
On this evidence, it is.