Manchester United veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovich could return to action for the red devils by late November according to reports in the Daily Mirror after sustaining a knee injury that forced him to remain on the sidelines towards the closing stages of last season and his return from injury means he would battle Manchester United’s new boy Romelu Lukaku for the place of a top striker in Jose Mourinho’s team.
Romelu Lukaku while on international duty with his countryside Belgium admitted that the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovich to Manchester United would be a great boost as his personality would help to motivate the team as well as his desire to win trophies. The player also admitted that Jose Mourinho and the rest of the team has helped him settle in fully at Old Trafford.
Zlatan Ibrahimovich joined Manchester United on a free transfer from Paris St. German and went on to score twenty eight goals in his debut season in England and after his contract expired with the red devils, the board deemed it fit to re-sign the veteran striker as Jose Mourinho needed to boost his attacking option.
It is still not certain what Zlatan Ibrahimovich would earn when he returns to Manchester United but rumors claim he could earn around £367, 600 per week