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Free agent Ibrahimovic returns to Man United to continue recovery

Date Posted,July 5, 2017

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is back at Manchester United despite officially being released by the club this week.

The Swedish superstar was at the club’s AON Training Complex making the most of the Red Devils’ state-of-the-art facilities as he continues his recovery from knee surgery.

After much speculation that Ibrahimovic could continue as a Man United player despite needing an estimated nine months’ recovery time.

Ibrahimovic’s career was in the balance after he limped off against Anderlecht in the Europa League back in April.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is driven away from Manchester United’s training complex (Photo: Eamonn and James Clarke)

But the seemingly ageless Swede insisted he would be back better and stronger than ever.

Despite Man United have ruled themselves out of signing him, they have been true to their word in helping free agent Zlatan get back to match fitness.

Atletico Madrid, LA Galaxy and AC Milan have all been linked with moves to sign Ibrahimovic.

If no deal comes through that Zlatan is satisfied with, it won’t be a surprise if the chorus of support from Old Trafford fans to get him back on the books ramps up again.

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