Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'Fantastic to be back playing'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'Fantastic to be back playing'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 'Fantastic to be back playing'

We will soon know when they play Manchester City.

The long-awaited return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic from injury during last Saturday's 4-1 win over Newcastle United has stirred much excitement in the red half of Manchester.

"He affects our football", summarised United manager Jose Mourinho. No other Swedish player has lifted the "Guldbollen" more than twice.

Though he has often dazzled with his long-legged technical artistry, the recognition of Pogba's influence on United's play has been slow in coming.

"When you play for such a club, the expectation is awesome and you always have to win", You always have to play good and win, and, at the end of the season, lift trophies", Mata said.

Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring in the League Cup final against Southampton in February, which United won 3-2.

Anthony Martial, too, is regularly serenaded, but Pogba is still waiting for an ode in his honour to take root.

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Granqvist played 14 games for Wigan in the 2007-'08 season before returning to Helsingborg on a loan deal and eventually moving to Dutch side Groningen in July 2008.

Said the former Manchester City and Wales forward: "The concern with Zlatan is that he is such a big character, always the main man, wherever he's been".

"I think that's the most important goal in that 4-1 victory".

"He (Pogba) links the team together", said the former United midfielder. I don't know what the future brings but what happens happens. "Lukaku is having to do a lot for himself, but Pogba will make the difference".

The Swede was welcomed by the Old Trafford faithful with a loud cheer as he stepped onto the field, and the veteran striker almost made their money's worth when he nearly pulled off a trademark Zlatan goal, as he attempted a scissor kick late in the game.

Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Michael Carrick were the only injury concerns for Mourinho at the weekend, while the trio are also expected to miss United's Champions League match against FC Basel on Wednesday.

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