Manchester — Zlatan Ibrahimovic has secured a second season
at Manchester United.
Man United manager Jose Mourinho says the club is taking up
the option to extend the Swedish forward's contract through 2018.
The 35-year-old Ibrahimovic joined United on a free transfer
in July after leaving Paris Saint-Germain. Ibrahimovic opened his United career
with four goals in four Premier League games but he has only scored three times
in 12 games in all competitions since then.
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Mourinho says Ibrahimovic "is happy, committed and
loving his life as a football player at Man United. This is probably the last
big challenge of his football career, so it is perfect for him to be here for
the next 18 months and then he owns the decision of his future."For
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