32 Goals Hitman Privately Identifies Arsenal As Club He’ll Love To Join! – Reports

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Paris Saint Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has privately identified Arsenal as the club he wants to join should he move to the Premier League.

The Big Swede showed the English audience what he can do when he helped PSG defeat Chelsea at Stamford bridge on Wednesday 1-2, thereby dumping the West London side out of the Champions League.

The striker who is already 34 years old is being linked with a move to the Premier League as he wants to have a taste of English football before he retires and when faced with a question over his potential move to the Premier League, the striker was coy about the move.

Manchester United and Chelsea have been linked with a move to sign the striker in the past but according to the Telegraph via the Metro, Ibrahimovic is more keen on a move to Arsenal.

The striker’s contract at PSG expires at the end of the current campaign and he is expected to leave the French Capital at the end of the season. Should he decide to leave France this summer, the move couldn’t come at a better time as Wenger is reportedly in search of a top striker to lead the line at the Emirates next season.

A move for Ibrahimovic with no transfer fee would make a lot of sense for Wenger but the striker wages could be an issue unless Wenger decides to break the £150,000 a week barrier.

Former Machester United defender Rio Ferdinand urged the Gunners to move for Ibrahimovic this summer claiming the big Swede will bring to the Emirates the winning mentality needed to successfully win the League title.

Ibrahimovic has scored 32 goals in all competitions for PSG and should he move to Arsenal, he will definitely be an upgrade upfront.

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