After his heroics at Wembley on Sunday, it would seem that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already thinking about the next country for him to conquer, sending fears in the camp of the 20-time English champions that their talismanic striker could be set to leave the club in the summer.
The 35 year old joined Manchester United on a free transfer on a one-year deal after reigning supreme in PSG and being personally tasked with the pressure of proving himself to all his doubters in England.
A return of 26 goals in 38 appearances for the Old Trafford has finally earned him the respect he craves, and he could now be set to leave if United fail to qualify for the Champions League next season.
The Swede is desperate for one last hurrah in the famous competition, given that has been the only competition missing form his long list of trophies won, and believes still playing at the club next season without Champions League football may prove to be too big a risk to take, in what he believes will be his last season in mainstream Europe.
Jose Mourinho in typical witty way has said the fans of the club could personally beg the 35 year old to stay at the club at his house. Manchester United are currently sixth on The Premier League table, five points behind Tottenham, albeit with a game in hand.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a maverick, egotistical player who has consistently delivered on the biggest stages at Europe’s biggest clubs. He is known for his technique, ball control, physicality and movement. Since turning pro in 2000 at Swedish club, Malmo, he has registered an incredible 418 goals in 715 club appearances.