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Mourinho confirms he'll allow Ibrahimovic to leave Man Utd

Mourinho confirms he'll allow Ibrahimovic to leave Man Utd

ESPN are reporting that the Swedish striker has not yet signed a deal but the American club are ready to finance a deal.

Sources told the network that a "deal isn't done" but if the striker does make the move, he will be signed with the help of targeted allocation funds.

Arsenal are in now pole position to get the centre-back, but United could yet re-sign the player they sold to the Baggies for £6m in 2015.

If Ndiaye leaves, then Galatasaray are reportedly ready to make a fresh approach for Fellaini, who is out of contract at United at the end of the season. However, the former Sweden global suffered a setback at the end of December but is reportedly due to resume training next week.

A move out of Old Trafford could lead to more playing time.

The move is created to build up the partnership between the duo, who combined well on the former Arsenal star's debut in the 4-0 FA Cup win over Yeovil. I wouldn't say he's injured. He never mentioned that to me.

Galaxy - who finished bottom of the Western Conference in MLS previous year - offered no comment about a potential move for Ibrahimovic when contacted by Omnisport.

"Zlatan is in the previous year of his contract".

"But the last thing Zlatan told me was he wants to recover totally and help the team".

"The first time I read something or listen something was from you, the media", Mourinho said of the speculation. The Daily Mail captured an Instagram story that Zlatan posted on his official account yesterday and captioned "high altitude work".

Speaking at a press conference ahead of his side's Premier League clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday [31 January], Mourinho insisted he knew nothing of Galaxy's interest in the 36-year-old.

Ibrahimovic initially joined United on a free transfer in July 2016 but was released the following summer after his season was ended prematurely by a knee injury.

"We know stability is very important and we chose to sign a contract with this in mind".

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