WATCH: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Kick A Ball For The First Time Since Surgery

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is back kicking a ball following surgery on his ruptured knee ligaments.

The Swede has been out of action since suffering a bad knee injury against Anderlecht in the quarter-finals of the Europa League.

And not only did he miss the rest of the season but the 35-year-old is also expected to be on the sidelines till early 2018.

But in his absence United bagged their third piece of silverware as they beat Ajax 2-0 to win the Europa League.

While also securing a spot in the Champions League. Will Zlatan turn out for United in Europe's elite competition?

Well, ahead of his return to the pitch, Ibrahimovic has been filmed kicking a ball again.

Credit: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

It's good to see Ibrahimovic kicking a ball as he continues his recovery from knee surgery.

Meanwhile, his future remains subject to intense transfer speculation as he dominates the transfer rumour mills.

While he reportedly wants to stay with United, he's also been tabled a massive contract from the MLS.

California-based LA Galaxy are prepared to make him the highest paid player in the league to acquire his services.

Where will Zlatan be next season?

United? Stateside?

Sound off in the comments section below.

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar is a journalist at SPORTbible. He graduated from Bath Spa University with a BA in Media Communications. He's a combat sport aficionado, and has contributed to MMA websites AddictedMMA and CagePotato. Nasir has covered some of the biggest fights, while interviewing the likes of Conor McGregor, Michael Bisping and Anthony Joshua. He's also an avid Bristol City fan.

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