Former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has achieved everything bar a Champions League throughout his football career. There’s just not much left to accomplish.
When he moved from United to LA Galaxy in 2018, it seemed like it might be his last club. But when does Zlatan ever follow the script?
The 37-year-old Swede could be about to make a surprise switch from the MLS to Egypt, according to Record.
Egyptian side Pyramids FC are being strongly linked with the superstar and Record go as far to suggest that the deal could be finalised in the next couple of days.
No-one would have imagined that he could end up playing in the Egyptian Premier League – not even Zlatan.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who will turn 37 next month, now at the LA Galaxy could make the move to Egypt when the MLS season ends. He’s being linked with a switch to Egyptian side Pyramids FC pic.twitter.com/EW2TJGTiJz
— HABIB A.MOHAMMED (@habibmohammed09) 6 September 2018
It’s worth noting that Zlatan is contracted to LA Galaxy until December 2020, so to get this deal finalised in a matter of days sounds a tad exaggerated.
Though, we’re still looking forward to Zlatan telling us how he invented pyramids etc…