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Bundesliga clubs are always dishing out plenty of banter on social media.
Whether it be Bayern Munich constantly trolling Arsenal and the fact they've trounced the Gunners on multiple occasions, Borussia Monchengladbach mocking Celtic with the whole 'A German team' thing and Werder Bremen 'confirming' the signing of Harry Kane a couple of days back, German side always come up with the goods on Twitter.
:cloud_tornado: Harry Kane to #Werder confirmed? :wink: pic.twitter.com/xEipFvWswh
- SV Werder Bremen EN (@werderbremen_en) June 6, 2017
And Hertha Berlin have now put forward their case for being the best Bundesliga club on Twitter, by hilariously urging Zlatan Ibrahimovic to sign for the club.
The Swede has been released by Manchester United today, with his one-year contract signed upon his arrival expiring this summer.
The Red Devils had the opportunity to extend Ibrahimovic's deal for a further season, which seemed a dead certain after he hit 28 goals for the club and played a key role in their EFL Cup and Europa League wins, but his cruciate knee injury suffered against Anderlecht in the Europa League quarter final second leg means Ibra is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines, and United have opted against extending his deal.
His agent Mino Raiola has already been speaking of how his client has a host of potential suitors, and now Hertha, who finished sixth in the Bundesliga last season, have cheekily thrown their name into the hat.
Tweeting the former Barcelona man, Hertha tried to tempt Zlatan into playing in Germany - the only top-level footballing country he has yet to venture into, and told him to "think about" their proposal.
No contract at @ManUtd - we've great fans, but still no cash: BUT YOU CAN WIN @bundesliga_de for 1st time :tada: Think about it @Ibra_official pic.twitter.com/4mx0rEmMXr
- Hertha BSC (@HerthaBSC) June 9, 2017
In fairness, if Zlatan fancies winning the Bundesliga, Hertha Berlin probably aren't the best club for him to sign for. And as they point out, there's no chance they'll be to cough up the funds to cover his hefty wage packet.
You've got applaud them for trying though, even if Ibrahimovic is probably not going to take them up on the offer.
After not being retained at Old Trafford, what do you think Ibrahimovic's next move will be?
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