Ibrahimovic keen on MLS move after failing to tempt Chelsea

Posted on Apr 7 2015 - 9:30am by Staff Writer

Paris Saint Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is keen on a move to the MLS after failing to tempt Chelsea into making a summer move, according to Le10Sport.

The 33-year-old has played an important part in helping PSG win two Ligue 1 titles and has further enhanced his career by having won a league title with every team he has played for.

Titles in Italy with Inter Milan, Juventus and Milan, an Eredivisie title with Ajax, a La Liga triumph with Barcelona and two titles with PSG make him one of the most glorified players in the history of the game.

His time with PSG looks to be coming to end after a less than fruitful year which has seen him heavily criticised after a number of off field problems.

Ibrahimovic has since been linked with a number of English clubs, including Manchester United, whilst it was reported that he was keen to force through a move to Chelsea and work with Jose Mourinho once more.

However, Chelsea are not keen and the former Barca man is now keen to pursue a big money move to the MLS and follow suit to players such as David Beckham, David Villa and Frank Lampard.