Ibrahimovic confirms he could be on his way to England
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he is weighing up offers from Premier League clubs, with Manchester United among those being strongly linked with a move for the Swedish striker.
Arsenal are also rumoured to have been approached about taking on the Paris Saint-Germain striker who will turn 35 in October, with a free transfer on offer if his vast wage demands can be met.
"Yes, there is interest from the Premier League, I can confirm that," stated Ibrahimovic.
"The Premier League is the league in the world all people and fans speak about.
"To make it very clear, there are no negotiations at all with PSG, I'm not going to represent them the coming season. I had four amazing years with them.
"A lot of things have to feel fine when I'm going to take a decision this summer."
United's interest in Ibrahimovic has been linked with their possible moves to appoint Jose Mourinho as the club's manager for next season, with the duo having previously enjoyed a fine working relationship together at Inter Milan.
What is now evident is that Premier League clubs are in negotiations to sign Ibrahimovic, with his high profile arrival in English football moving ever closer.