Date: 20th April 2017 at 9:58am
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With the future of Manchester United`s Swedish striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, still undecided, one news source is, today, reporting on an interesting suggestion.

Our friends over at the Daily Mail are linking the 35-year-old striker with a move to the Major Soccer League, but it is a move with a difference.

Our referenced source is of the opinion that Los Angeles FC want to make Ibrahimovic their star signing, however, in order to press through their plan, they are willing to make some concessions.

Apparently, Los Angeles FC would sign Zlatan but then give the option of the player being loaned back to Manchester United or indeed any other European club, for the first half of next season.

Now this might seem a decent option until you take into account the fact that if Ibrahimovic returns to Old Trafford, on loan, what happens if when it comes to returning to his parent club, Los Angeles FC, he`s played his part in helping Manchester United to the top of the Premier League and into the Champions League knockout stages?

Would he really want to leave if that scenario was to unfold?