The Swedish soccer star confirmed he'd be joining the Los Angeles Galaxy through a full-page ad in Friday's Los Angeles Times.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed for the Los Angeles Galaxy and could make his debut for the Major League Soccer side this month, USA media reported on Thursday.
Ibrahimovic's contract will run through the 2019 season and he will earn $1.5 million per year, according to Sports Illustrated's Grant Wahl. But he has not featured since the Premier League draw against Burnley on 26 December.
But this is Zlatan - a man who, only last season, scored 28 goals in 48 appearances for Manchester United.
Ibrahimovic's campaign was brought a premature end last season, as he sustained an anterior cruciate ligament injury in late February.
Manchester United agreed to immediately terminate Ibrahimovic's contract, which ran through June.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed he chose to leave Manchester United for LA Galaxy because he did not "feel involved" in his final season at Old Trafford.
Ibrahimovic is Sweden's career scoring leader with 62 goals in 116 global appearances and is the first player to make Champions League appearances for seven teams. I'm not there for something else.
Manchester United announced on Thursday that they had released him from his contract. Since signing the deal the striker has play a bit-part role for United, starting just one top-flight game and making just seven appearances for Jose Mourinho's team.
Popular among the fans and players, Zlatan continued his top form in 2017 and bagged his first United hat-trick in the Europa League Round of 32 second leg tie against Saint-Etienne.
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