Manchester United and Arsenal are on alert after Paris Saint-Germain expressed their willingness to allow their star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to leave this summer.
The 33-year-old moved to Parc des Princes from Milan in 2012 and has won the Ligue 1 on three consecutive occasions. Last season, he featured in 24 league games and scored 19 goals in the process.
Despite the Swedish international's key role in helping PSG win silverware, the French outfit have told him he has no future at the club, according to the Daily Mail. The player's agent has already started looking for a new club.
The Gunners and Red Devils are in the market for a striker as they look to bolster their attacking division for the new season. The Daily Mail also claims the striker's former club, Milan, are in the race for his signature.
A source from Paris suggests PSG are not looking for a huge fee from Ibrahimovic's transfer. However, the player's wage demands could fend off interest from top clubs across Europe as there is no re-sale value.
Should it come down to the wage demands between United and Arsenal, Louis van Gaal's side have an advantage over their league rivals due to their financial muscle in the transfer market.
Ibrahimovic was also a rumoured target for Turkish giants Galatasaray. However, the Super Lig champions have put the speculation to bed by suggesting they are not interested in signing the PSG striker.
"We've indicated several times that Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is not on Galatasaray's transfer agenda," a statement read, as quoted by Goal.com.
"However some media outlets deliberately continue to publish news and comments on this subject. We ask Galatasaray supporters not to rely on these speculative unsourced news. All the official news about our work [during the] transfer period are going to be announced on our official media channels."