Zlatan is back.
Just months after his contract ended, Manchester United have given him another one-year deal as he continues to recover from his double knee ligament tear ahead of schedule.
The Swede is not used to having to compete for his place, but that might well be the case this season. Jose Mourinho was initially unsure whether the striker would be returning to the club, hence why he shelled out £75million for Romelu Lukaku.
Ibra was always keen to come back, however, and it seems he has gone to extra lengths to make a deal happen.
The Times report that the 35-year-old has taken a hit of more than £200,000 a week when negotiating his wages.
The superstar will now be on a relatively modest £125,000 a week, which just shows his determination to play at Old Trafford.
His 28 goals in all competitions made him a hit in English football, so when he completes his rehabilitation at United’s Carrington training ground, there is no reason why he can’t make a big impact again.
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