Ibrahimovic injured after landing awkwardly against Anderlecht (picture: Metro.co.uk)

Zlatan will play again!

Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent Mino Raiola says the Swedish striker has undergone successful knee surgery and “will make a full recovery”.

The 35-year-old suffered cruciate knee ligament damage in the Europa League victory of Anderlecht. Raiola emphasised that the Sweden international’s injury was not career-threatening. Ibrahimovic’s one year contract at Manchester United is coming to and end and is yet to agree an extension.

He has been a valuable asset to the United team by scoring 28 goals this season and has begun rehabilitation in Pittsburgh, USA.

After his horrific injury, there have been questions about whether the Swede would ever return to play but this news shows that the striker isn’t ready to give up on the beautiful game just yet.

Ibrahimovic celebrates for Man Utd (picture: skysports.com)
Ibrahimovic has been prolific this season for Manchester United (picture: sky sports.com)

He recently said on Instagram, “I will go through this like everythings else and come back even stronger. Giving up is not an option.”

The decision for Manchester United now is whether they should offer Zlatan a new one year contract or allow him to become a free agent in the summer. The forward has shown that he can still score goals and is also a crucial part in the development of youngster Marcus Rashford.

I think we should sign one striker in the summer and give Rashford the starting position up front. In recent weeks he has shown that he can cause problems to defenders in the Premier League as well as in Europe. With quality service I believe Rashford can become a prolific goalscorer for Manchester United.

Do you think we should keep Ibrahimovic?

If no, then who should we replace him with?

Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Abdullah Mulla

Sports Writer and Manchester United fan

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