Zlatan Ibrahimovic has officially been released by Manchester United ahead of the summer transfer window.
He had been incredible since his arrival at Old Trafford last summer, silencing critics who believed he wouldn’t be able to keep up with the intensity of football in the Premier League.
The big Swede went on to score 28 goals across all competitions and was a massive factor behind our return to winning ways this campaign, boosting the players around him on and off the pitch.
He endured a long-term knee injury and would have missed the start of next season, which is why the club have now decided to let him go rather than keeping him on at Old Trafford.
It’s a shame because he was one hell of a player and was exactly what we needed as the side looked to get back into the Champions League.
The 35-year-old has a spectacular work ethic and won’t let the injury end his glittering footballing career as he’s won silverware all over the world and won’t be looking to stop just here because if there’s one man that can fight back from a career-ending injury at his age, it’s Zlatan.
He was one of my favourite players due to his attitude towards the game and I’m happy to say I got to witness him week in week out at Old Trafford.