Zlatan Ibrahimovic says “we are talking with everyone” as he prepares to make a decision about his future at Paris Saint-Germain.
The 34-year-old striker looks set to leave the Ligue 1 champions this summer after blasting 41 goals in 44 matches for Laurent Blanc’s men.
The Sweden frontman is out of contract in the summer and has been linked with a move to the Premier League with Arsenal and Manchester United believed to be interested in him.
His wages could reportedly total £600,000 a week and even with the new TV revenue being pumped into the Premier League next season could prove a step too far for the Gunners and United.
Ibrahimovic told Goal: “The situation is what it is. We will see what happens. We’re talking with everyone.
“We are in talks with PSG but also with other interested clubs. We will see what happens but I cannot give you an answer today. Just be positive!
“[You’ll know] when it’s official. I will know at that time too. Before that, I wouldn’t know.
“It’s difficult to answer this question. When I know, you’ll know and the whole world will know. Everyone is asking that question but I do not have the answer yet.”
Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola last week told GQ magazine that a return to AC Milan and Serie A was a possibility.
Ibrahimovic played for AC Milan, scoring 14 goals in their 2010-11 Scudetto season on-loan from Barcelona, following that up with a 28-goal season after signing permanently.
PSG have three games remaining of this season – including a French Cup final against Marseille – and a decision will likely be made after the final on May 21.