Zlatan Ibrahimovic to leave Manchester United on Friday

Wendy Jensen
June 9, 2017

Manchester United are not expected to offer striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic a new contract when his current deal expires on 30 June.

The sources said United have decided it does not make economic sense to continue to pay Ibrahimovic reported wages of more than £300,000-a-week with no prospect of him playing for at least the first five months of the season.

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He played all 16 games for the second time in his career and finished with 98 catches, 1,106 yards and three touchdowns. Mike Garafolo, of the NFL Network, had previously reported the two sides were moving toward a deal.

United have remained quiet about Ibrahimovic's future since the end of the campaign, so his name will be one of first to look out for when the Premier League announces its clubs' retained and released list. The list is released centrally by the Premier League with indications that the Swede is on it. Join the Red Devil Armada team!

Although the 35-year-old has amazed surgeons by the speed of his recovery after the operation on his damaged cruciate, the player is not expected to return to action until 2018.

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That has caused United to alter their summer transfer intentions and focus their search on a central striking option as opposed to a No10, which saw the club drop their interest in Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann last month.

Romelu Lukaka, Alvaro Morata and Andrea Belotti have all been linked with a big money move to United, but as per usual Jose Mourinho is giving nothing away.

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"He scored a lot of goals this season, nobody would have thought that given his age". I suppose I've had a bad season so I can't go on.

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