Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent, Mino Raiola, insists that the striker has ‘many’ offers from the United States and beyond.

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Zlatan, who was previously linked with a move to Arsenal, is apparently a player in demand this summer seeing as his Manchester United contract expires next month.

Despite being 35-years-old, Zlatan’s agent, Raiola, claims that the striker has offers from here, there, and everywhere.

“Ibra is fine, he’s received so many offers, from the US and beyond. He’s certainly not going to Napoli. Milan haven’t asked me about him. With Galliani, he’d already be there,” Raiola told Gazzetta dello Sport [via Mirror].

Unlucky, Napoli.

The former PSG star scored 28 goals in all competitions last season and also racked up 10 assists. Therefore, he wouldn’t be a bad signing on paper.

However, right now, the big guy is sidelined with a cruciate knee injury, which rules him out until January, and even though he’s said to be recovering quickly after undergoing surgery in America, it could be a risk.

If the Gunners, or any club, were going to sign him, given his age, it’d probably be on a one-year deal.

His wage demands are believed to be in the region of £367,600-per-week, which is a lot to pay a player who’s going to miss the first half of the one season they’re at the club.

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