Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists he has only come to Manchester United to win titles and trophies.
The Swede sealed his free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain Friday afternoon and signed a a one-year contract with the option of a 12-month extension.
Ibrahimovic, who has won titles in Italy, Spain, Netherlands and France, had plenty of options on the table after deciding to leave the French champions but opted for a reunion with Jose Mourinho.
Speaking about his transfer, Ibrahimovic claims he won’t give up until he has won at Man United.
“I have come to win, I haven’t come to waste time or to look at the weather,” he said.
“I am here to win and that is my objective. I don’t give up until I win. That is the objective, to win.
We will play in the Europa League and for everything we play for we go to win. With the coach, with the players, everyone working collectively, playing collectively, you can reach your goals. We will do all of the things we need to do to reach our main goal.”
It’s good to him focused on winning with the club this season, Man United will be in the Europa League but it doesn’t look like they’ll have any problems qualifying for the Champions League next campaign.
He worked with Mourinho after they claimed the Serie A title in just one season of working together at Inter Milan and it’s good to see them both at Old Trafford.
Zlatan is one of the biggest names in football and it’s an incredible deal for the club on a free transfer, he scored over 50 goals last season and will definitely help us get back to our former glory days.