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Published: 12:24 | 6/6/16

Ibrahimovic to reveal future on Tuesday

Swede to join Man Utd - reports

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has announced that he plans to reveal the identity of his next club on Tuesday amid huge speculation that he will sign for Manchester United.

Widespread reports have tipped the Sweden international to become Jose Mourinho's first signing at Old Trafford with the striker set to sign a one-year deal.

It is believed that the 34-year-old will receive wages in the region of £300k per week, making him the second-highest paid player at the club, just behind captain Wayne Rooney. The fact two of the oldest members of the squad who are both well past their best are rewarded so richly will be questioned by many observers.

And the former PSG, Barcelona, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Ajax forward said after playing his part in Sweden's 3-0 win over Wales that on Tuesday he will reveal all.

“There will be a big announcement on the 7th,” he said.

“It will be this summer’s big bomb.”

“It feels good, feels better than good. A lot will happen with this news, so hopefully you’ll all enjoy.”

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