PSG striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has conceded that he may well have played his last game for the French giants in their Super Cup win.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, PSG have given the green light to the Swede to move on this summer, although Man United could face stiff competition.
It is reported that both Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are interested in acquiring him, although Milan are still regarded as the favourites to re-sign him.
Nevertheless, it should alert Louis Van Gaal given that the Dutchman is still searching for a striker to add to his squad.
Ibrahimovic was speaking after his side’s victory over Lyon in the French Super Cup on Saturday, and admitted that he might not play for the club again.
“It could be that this was my last game for PSG,” the striker said, according to the Mirror.
“Next week I will take a decision over my future.”
The 33-year-old celebrated picking up the 27th trophy of his career at the weekend, and he will be keen to join a club that will continue to offer him a chance of winning further silverware.
While United are expected to challenge on various fronts this coming season, the Rossoneri are believed to be in pole position for the Swedish international as he has never been shy of admitting his desire to return to the city and club one day.
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