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"I want to join Manchester United" - Red Devils in talks to secure transfer of 400-goal-striker to Old Trafford


Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to re-join Manchester United according to Metro.

The former Sweden international was released by the club after suffering a serious knee injury in last season's Europa League campaign.

But according to Sky Sports, the two parties have opened talks over a new deal.

The experienced striker enjoyed a very positive campaign at Old Trafford last season and could be an asset for manager Jose Mourinho.

The Portuguese said last month that he would be willing to wait for the striker to fully recover from injury: "Why not wait for such a good player that gave us so much?"

In the meantime, Romelu Lukaku was signed this summer to fill the void left by the 36-year-old.

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