The 34-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that he will join Premier League side Manchester United becoming Jose Mourinho's second signing at Old Trafford and following Eric Bailly.
The 34-year-old will arrive on a free transfer following the expiry of his contact at Paris Saint-Germain, having won Ligue 1 four times in four years and scored 38 goals in 31 league games during his final season.
Ibrahimovic played for some of the biggest and most successful clubs in Europe including Barcelona, AC Milan, Inter and Juventus. According to several reports the striker will sign a one-year contract with option to extend it and will have a weekly wage of around €300,000 (£250,000).
Ibrahimovic made a total of 180 appearances for his last club PSG scoring 156 times and becoming the club's all-time top scorer.
The Sweden international's move to the Premier League means he will be playing in the sixth different domestic league of his career, excluding only the Bundesliga of Europe's traditional top-five leagues.
Ibrahimovic played at the Euro 2016 for Sweden, but unfortunately their performances was not enough to qualify to the knockout stage of the competition, finishing last in their group with Italy, Belgium and Ireland.
After their last game Ibrahimovic announced his retirement from the national team. Since his debut in 2001 Ibrahimovic made 116 appearances for his country scoring 62 goals, being Sweden's all-time top scorer.