Paris Saint-Germain star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been linked to a transfer move to Manchester United and was even offered a three-year contract.
According to Sports Illustrated, Ibrahimovic has a strained relationship with Man United boss Louis van Gaal.
This makes it unlikely that the Red Devils will land the French star, and it may explain why he rejected their initial offer.
The 33-year-old striker wrote a book about himself titled I Am Zlatan, which features him criticizing the Man United manager.
Ibrahimovic further commented on potentially reuniting with Van Gaal.
“No, that’s not good. He was a director in Ajax, and the way he is working is not the way I work,” Ibrahimovic said.
The French international played with Ajax from 2001-04, which was when van Gaal served as the team’s technical director.
It remains to be seen where Ibrahimovic will head to, but he is widely expected to return to AC Milan, whom he previously played with for two seasons.
More details on his relationship with van Gaal can be seen on Friday’s edition of SI Now.
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