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Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Sweden (L) and Glenn Whelan of Ireland in action during the UEFA EURO 2016 group E preliminary round match between Ireland and Sweden at Stade de France in Saint-Denis, France, 13 June 2016.

Former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic said Thursday he will sign for Manchester United.

Ibrahimovic, 34, was out of contract after four seasons at Paris Saint-Germain and had been linked with United and new manager Jose Mourinho.

“Time to let the world know. My next destination is @ManUtd," Ibrahimovic said on Twitter.

United have not confirmed the move and British media reported he's yet to have a medical or sign a contract with the club.

Ibrahimovic began his career with his hometown club Malmo in 1999 before moving on to Ajax and Inter Milan, where he played under Mourinho.

Stops at Barcelona and AC Milan followed before he joined PSG.

He won four straight Ligue 1 titles in Paris and has a total of 13 domestic championships during his career.

Ibrahimovic has scored 392 goals in 677 career matches. He had 50 total goals last season and 38 in Ligue 1, both PSG records.

He also scored 62 goals in 116 appearances for Sweden before retiring from international football following the country's elimination from Euro 2016.

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