'He will always be Zlatan' - Pogba backs Ibrahimovic to return strongly

'He will always be Zlatan' - Pogba backs Ibrahimovic to return strongly

'He will always be Zlatan' - Pogba backs Ibrahimovic to return strongly

Manchester United are "unlikely" to offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic another contract for the upcoming season, according to reports.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Manchester United future will become clearer when the Premier League's retained list is revealed on Friday.

While a player can still re-sign for a club despite featuring on the list of those to leave the club at the expiration of their contract on 30 June, that is not set to be the case with former Ajax, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain hitman Ibrahimovic.

United will announce their list of retained players at 9am BST on Friday, with Ibrahimovic the only first-team fixture whose contract is due for renewal.

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The 35-year-old scored 28 goals in 46 appearances across all competitions before picking up a season-ending cruciate knee ligament injury in April.

The Swede will be 36 by the time he next plays, with the serious knee injury expected to keep the striker out until early 2018.

It looked like the decision was made when his agent Mino Raiola confirmed the player "wants to stay" and his wild celebrations after the Europa League win suggested his heart was very much still in Old Trafford.

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. It will be interesting to see who is playing in the number 9 role for Manchester United next season.

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