Zlatan Ibrahimovic will reportedly undergo a medical with Manchester United once his participation in Euro 2016 is over. The Swede is currently captaining his international team in France, but is said to be on the cusp of joining the Old Trafford outfit.

Ibrahimovic, 34, has been linked with United for a number of months, with his close relationship to new United boss Jose Mourinho said to be a key role behind any potential move. According to Sky Sports, Ibrahimovic will soon complete the formalities of the much-discussed deal, signing a one-year contract with the Premier League giants.

Personal terms have reportedly already been agreed between the two parties, but because those discussions took longer than had been anticipated, Ibrahimovic was not able to join United before he jetted off for Euro 2016. However, the Swede and United are said to be relaxed about the impending move, feeling it is a matter of time before he joins the club.

Ibrahimovic, who won his 114th cap for Sweden in their 1-1 draw against the Republic of Ireland at the Stade de France in Paris, is said to be in excellent physical condition and is not, therefore, concerned by the prospect of undergoing a medical. Assuming he gets the green light, the Swede could become United's second signing of the summer window, following their recent capture of defender Eric Bailly.