Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly played his last match for Manchester United as a long-awaited MLS move beckons.
According to ESPN, Ibrahimovic is close to finalizing a move to MLS with the LA Galaxy remaining the most likely to sign the Swedish star. Ibrahimovic has just months remaining on his Manchester United deal and has been told by manager Jose Mourinho that he is free to make his move stateside.
According to Sports Illustrated, the the forward has signed a two-year $3 million deal with the team. The deal is a TAM-level deal, as the Galaxy currently have three Designated Players on the roster in Giovani dos Santos, Jonathan dos Santos and Romain Alessandrini.
SI: Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed a 2-year, $3 million deal with LA Galaxy on a TAM contract. Could be in the Galaxy squad for its March 31 rivalry game vs LAFC on big FOX https://t.co/BiTijMQ6jf
— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) March 22, 2018
An announcement is expected before the end of the week as the forward could suit up as soon as next weekend’s clash with LAFC.
The Swede scored 29 goals in 53 appearances for United and has been long-linked to an MLS move, with the Galaxy in the picture for quite some time.