Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he rejected a move to the Major League Soccer in order to join the Red Devils.
The former Sweden international was approached by David Beckham who offered him the possibility of featuring in his team.
The 34-year-old has refused to rule out a move to America later on in his career but says his near-future objective is to win trophies at Old Trafford.
"David [Beckham] is a good friend of mine, and he has asked me to play for his [Miami] team," Ibrahimovic told Goal.
"For now, I want to achieve big things with Manchester United, but I have a lot of respect for the MLS, and anything is possible.
"I am not ruling out the MLS.
"Once I had decided to leave PSG there were many offers, but with Zlatan that is normal.
"I know that teams from the MLS were interested, but the opportunity to play for Manchester United, and of course to work with my good friend Jose Mourinho again, was impossible to turn down.
"I feel as though I could play until I am 40. It is impossible to predict the future."