Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he has a number of offers from clubs in the Premier League as he prepares to bring his time at Paris Saint-Germain to an end following the conclusion of the current campaign. Manchester United have been heavily linked with a move for the striker, who has won league titles in Italy, Spain, Netherlands and France during his career.
The 34-year-old striker has already confirmed that he will not be renewing his deal with the Ligue 1 champions following its expiry at the end of the current campaign but is yet to make a decision on his next destination. Ibrahimovic, who is the top scorer in the French league this season with 30 goals in 26 appearances, has made it clear that he will move to a club where he has a chance to win more trophies and will surely be keen to add the Premier League title to his rich trophy haul.
The Sweden international's agent Mino Raiola has confirmed that the Red Devils are not the only interested club from the English top-flight. Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are also said to be in the running to sign the striker but Ibrahimovic's wages could be a sticking point for most interested clubs, despite his agent insisting that he will not move purely for monetary benefits.
"I have had lots of offers from English clubs. I have won a lot of trophies but I still want to win a lot more. I want to do it wherever I can," Ibrahimovic said, as quoted by the Guardian.
The PSG forward, meanwhile, also spoke of his disappointment at being knocked out of the Champions League, after Laurent Blanc's side lost to Manchester City in the quarter-finals despite being the favourites to go through to the last four.
"Look, I am disappointed. I think we gave away two games here but that is football, I suppose."
"Whatever I say, we still lost the game. I think we were better but we still made too many mistakes, especially in the first game. We didn't use the qualities that we have and didn't do good enough. We have to wish all the best to City now and play for what is left to play for. I think it is still two cups," he added.