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Henrik Larsson reveals exactly how striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be a success at Manchester United


Former Sweden international Henrik Larsson says new Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not face any problems to settle down and be successful in the English Premier League.

The former Paris Saint-German man moved to Old Trafford on a one-year deal as he became the club's second summer signing.

Many have raised doubts over the signing of the 34-year-old but Larsson believes that his friend is as fit as ever as he prepares to make his official debut for the Red Devils.

"Zlatan is gigantic in Sweden," Larsson told Manchester United's official website.

"He is the number one. Everyone knows of him and everyone knows about him. There are going to be a lot of people interested to see him as well.

"I think everybody has seen him play but, for a man that big to have the technique he has and the skills he has, it's a pleasure to watch. So I have to hope everything goes well now when he comes to Manchester United. Hopefully, he can bring United back to where it belongs.

"He's a fit guy. He takes care of his body so that [his age] won't be a problem.

"I hope everything goes well because United deserves it and he deserves every good thing that is happening to him. He's Sweden's biggest footballer ever and to see him join United, yes, it was a pleasure."

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