Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
World | By Carl Welch

Napoli told to give up Zlatan dream

Napoli told to give up Zlatan dream

Ibrahimovic, 35, joined Manchester United as a free agent last summer for one season.

"It's a different challenge that I like because I'm assuming even more responsibility".

Per Liam Prenderville of the Daily Mirror, the report noted that it's Ibrahimovic's desire to win the Premier League title that has motivated him to stick around.

"I didn't want to leave Milan".

There have been rumours of interest from LA Galaxy in Ibrahimovic, who could increase the striker's wages to make him the highest paid player in the league.

'He manipulates you so that when you are on the pitch you give 200%. The Premier League has a lot of fans and you need to keep up a certain tempo'. This league attracts a lot of attention, but it's handsome because there are always lots of fans. "You never know", the Swede said.

"There isn't one dominant club here, like Juventus in Italy, PSG in France, Bayern Munich in Germany or Barcelona in Spain".

Ibrahimovic helped Inter to Serie A glory under Mourinho in 2008-09 and was reunited with his old boss at Old Trafford for this season, following four record-breaking years at Paris Saint-Germain.

Having helped United take a 2-0 lead with a long-range free-kick, Ibrahimovic helped stave off a fearless Saints fightback, heading home a late victor to secure a 3-2 win for his team.

"I remember that day - it was throwing it down with rain and before I scored, I tried another shot which went wide, then it went in the second time", he said.

"Next year? The situation is I've signed here for a year with an option for another year". I can see myself conquering the United States as I have with Europe.

"I want to quit while I'm at the top too".

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