Man United boss Louis Van Gaal’s search for a striker continues, but it won’t be Zlatan Ibrahimovic who arrives at Old Trafford this month.
Reports circulated on Wednesday that Galatasaray had been in talks with Ibrahimovic’s agent over a possible move to Turkey.
However, Mino Raiola dismissed those claims and insisted that he hadn’t spoken to any representative from the Turkish giants and that Ibrahimovic wasn’t moving there.
The likes of Milan and Man United have also been linked with a move for the Swedish international this summer, with Louis Van Gaal revealing that he needed another striker.
Nevertheless, Ibrahimovic won’t be the one who solves that problem for him though, with the 33-year-old suggesting that he will stay in the French capital with PSG for another year.
“I’m happy where I am, I have another year on my contract at PSG,” he said according to the Express.
“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.”
Ibrahimovic was expected to secure a return to Milan as reports in Italy continue to suggest that the two parties are in on-going talks.
However, it is unlikely that that will happen if the Swede is set on continuing his stint in Paris where he hopes to add more trophies to his collection.