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Published: 14:43 | 26/5/16

Ibrahimovic coy on future


Zlatan Ibrahimovic has had 'concrete offers' from various European clubs but he is happy to focus on the European Championships for now.

The Sweden international is a free agent after reaching the end of his contract at Paris Saint-Germain and his next destination has been the subject of much speculation.

A reunion with Jose Mourinho at Manchester United has been predicted with some reports suggesting the Premier League club are ready to offer him a bumper deal to move to Old Trafford in the summer.

While he has refused to reveal the identity of his next club, Ibrahimovic has said that he knows where his next club is.

"The future is already written. I have made my choice," the striker said at a press conference in Sweden.

"It's not important for me to have a deal done before the Euros. I enjoy reading what the media write. It's fun."

"There is interest from every country. England, Italy, other concretes. There are concrete offers, many alternatives.

"There is nothing happening right now, it's European Championships in force."

Mourinho is expected to be unveiled as the new United manager before the weekend and Ibrahimovic believes he is the ideal man to lead the club.

"It's a great move. You want action, you bring Mourinho," he told reporters.

"He's the man to bring them back to the top. Everywhere he goes, he brings success."

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