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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Played His Last Game For Manchester United

Jack Kenmare

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Played His Last Game For Manchester United

It's an end of another era for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the footballer who has played for a number of esteemed clubs, picking up 33 major trophies along the way.

The Swedish star has reportedly played his very last game for Manchester United, the club he's been at since 2016, and will leave the club this week.

ESPN report that Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho will let the striker leave for a club in the MLS, with just less than four months remaining on his contract.

It has been suggested that he will join LA Galaxy in the coming weeks.

The 36-year-old stormed the Premier League when he first joined up at Old Trafford, scoring a remarkable 28 goals in 46 games in his first year.

However, towards the end of that season, the Swede picked up a serious knee injury in a Europa League quarter-final match against Anderlecht.

While he was trying to regain his fitness, the veteran striker refused to accept any wages from Man United.

Ibrahimovic was eventually released by the club on amicable terms but was soon re-signed came back into the fold for the second half of the 2017/2018 season.

But the presence of Romelu Lukaku marginalised the player, who now seems set to finish career in the American leagues.

We all wish the legend the very best of luck at his new club - though it's not like he needs it.

Words: Jacque Talbot

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Jack Kenmare
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