Blind would welcome Zlatan at Man Utd. He's still great…

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 20, 2017

The 35-year-old is in talks over a return to Old Trafford as well as a possible move to Major League Soccer as he ratchets up his recovery from injury.

The 35-year-old rejected an offer from LA Galaxy last week and several reports have claimed that his emphasis lies firmly in making a speedy recovery for Man United.

As he bids to make a full recovery from knee surgery, the former Sweden worldwide has been linked with a move to MLS outfit LA Galaxy as well as signing a short-term deal at Old Trafford later in the year. According to the Sun, Ibra has dropped a huge hint he will put pen-to-paper on a new United deal after he enrolled his two sons back into their youth academy.

When asked about an Ibrahimovic return, Blind told NBC Sports: "Of course".

However, United fans have been given a massive boost in their hopes of holding onto the charismatic striker with reports suggesting that Ibra has re-enrolled his sons Maximilian and Vincent back into United's youth academy, where they spent a year ago. "He is still a great player and great person and he makes everything better".

Ibrahimovic joined Manchester United from Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer a year ago.

The Swedish forward is now a free agent after his one-year contract with United expired at the end of June, but is thought to be in line for a second spell with the club later in the year.

"It is obviously going to be different (without Rooney and Ibrahimovic), but there was a time when they weren't the people they were". On the other hand, with United having recently brought Lukaku from Everton, it remains to see whether Ibrahimovic would get his desired role.

"We have to change and develop to become what they were. What I will say is that we know he [Ibrahimovic] is world class".

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