Out-of-contract frontman Zlatan Ibrahimovic has found a new house in Manchester, according to reports on Thursday.
Calciomercato have reported that Proto Group Ltd have announced that the Sweden international is on his way to the Premier League after they located the 34-year-old a new property.
“We can confirm that we have found a new home for the footballer in Manchester, following the indications given by the club,” the statement reads.
“We struggled a bit at the beginning because Manchester is not Paris, nor Milan. Zlatan couldn’t understand that the architectural style can’t be the same, but in the end he was ‘forced to agree’ a move to an amazing villa with inner swimming pool and a very big garden.”
“Zlatan is a guy with huge sense of humour, we’ve watched the launching event of his sporting cloth brand and his comment on the house was kind of fun too: ‘I will adapt’.”
— Football Stuff (@FootbalIStuff) June 9, 2016
Ibrahimovic last week announced he would reveal where his future lay on Tuesday, but nothing was forthcoming, although United have been heavily linked with a move for the former PSG star.
Last week Sky Sports reported that a one-year contract had been agreed between the Red Devils and Ibrahimovic, with a deal set to be completed before the European Championships.
The Guardian also reported that Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola has reached an agreement with United over the Sweden star’s salary, with the forward looking for a weekly wage in the region of £220,000 a week.