Zlatan Ibrahimovic Plans To Win Premier League With Manchester United As He Comes Back From Injury

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has come back to Manchester United with Premier League glory at the forefront of his thoughts, and says the test of returning from a terrible knee injury settled on it a simple choice.

The 36-year-old previous Sweden captain has been out of activity since misery cruciate tendon harm in the Europa League conflict with Anderlecht in April.

“I said I will return to complete what I began,” Ibrahimovic, who marked another one-year manage United over the late spring and is relied upon to be accessible before the finish of the year, revealed to Sky Sports News.

“All that I develop from the primary season, on the grounds that clearly we won the three trophies… the consummation for me was not the closure I needed, or no one needed, particularly after how the season went.

“The objective is the Premier League. That is my objective to wrap up. So everything that I began from the primary season, we will complete it in the second one.”

The damage had put Ibrahimovic’s future in question, given he just had an underlying one-year bargain, yet he says it impelled him on.

“In that moment when it happened it was easier for me to say that I will come back because then I had a challenge,” he said.

“And the challenge was that I never had a major injury, and all these people talking that ‘it’s over’ or ‘he’s too old’ – all these doubts I had in my whole career.

“When that goes, it triggers me because it gives me energy, it gives me challenges, it gives me objective.

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