Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been linked with a move to Manchester United and ArsenalGetty

Paris Saint-Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to move to Arsenal, according to the Gunners legend Thierry Henry. The 34-year-old has been the key player for Laurent Blanc's side as his 27 goals and 11 assists from 24 league appearances have helped his side win the Ligue 1 title in record time on 13 March.

The Swedish international is out of contract at Parc des Princes in the summer and has already confirmed that he will leave his current employers at the end of the season after winning his fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title. Ibrahimovic has been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Manchester United keen on securing his services, reports the Manchester Evening News.

Arsenal were eliminated from the FA Cup post their 2-1 defeat to Watford in the quarter-final. Henry, who was the star striker for the north London side during his time at the club believes Ibrahimovic can be a good right fit at the Emirates.

"Who can we sign? Who's available? I hear that Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to come. It's a Ibrahimovic problem of who's going to want to come. Are we going to make the Champions League?" Henry told Sky Sports, as quoted by Goal.com.

"I thought that [Olivier] Giroud did well at certain times during the season. He's been struggling but hopefully he's going to bounce back from the two goals in the FA Cup. Zlatan can do a job. And Kante could do a good job. Those guys that people don't know about are the ones we need to try to get."

Arsenal are third in the league with 52 points from 29 games, trailing leaders Leicester City by eight points. Henry believes Arsene Wenger's side are "far away" from winning the title, despite the Gunners being one of the favourites to win the title this season.

"We need to see if we can win this one [the Premier League title in 2015/16]. There's not going to be a better chance than the chance that we have to win this one. Although we're far away from it at the moment, there's still some points to go so hopefully we can do it. It doesn't look like it but I still believe we can."