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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has 'no time to rest' in knee rehab

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has 'no time to rest' in knee rehab

Manchester United coach, José Mourinho has confirmed the English club is in talks with Zlatan Ibrahimovic over a new deal.

Arsenal's biggest decision of the summer was opting to stick with manager Arsene Wenger and he has, so far, managed to keep Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil at the club.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has once again taken to social media to prove that he is 100% not human as he steps up his recovery from the ACL injury that brought a premature end to his 2016/17 season.

When Zlatan Ibrahimovic sustained the serious ligament injury to his knee back in April many thought it could be the end of the Swede's playing career, not just his Manchester United career. None of United's current left-backs have made the position their own, with Darmian currently the man in possession.

In fact, some even claimed that if a contract was offered to Ibrahimovic, it would prove detrimental to Marcus, who would surely see his game time decrease once more. Additionally, the guaranteed goals of the 36-year-old will be vital if a goal shy United team are to challenge for the big two trophies, the Premier League and Champions League.

"It's not something urgent, that we are desperate to have it done or not done, I just think that he was very clear by showing what he did last year was not enough for him". Mourinho, and the club, deserves a round of applause for the way they managed the situation - and for the respect (much earned) that they gave good ol' Wazza.

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"The club did a fantastic job, absolutely fantastic, by getting three of them, which is difficult in the crazy market where we are now", he said. New faces had to settle in and the legacy players had to get used to the methods of their high-profile bosses.

The defence can appear surprisingly frail at times (looking at you, Chris "Mike" Smalling) and left-back is still a position that can be improved upon - none of the current crop provide the kind of attacking purpose (and extreme pace) that Antonio Valencia brings to the party. He thinks he can do more.

"But we are involved in four competitions and step by step, match after match we are going to fight".

The 35-year-old uploaded several videos of him training at a luxury gym called 39 Monte Carlo in Monaco, captioned 'no time to rest'.

Ibrahimovic scored 17 Premier League goals last season. "I told myself it was rubbish: real fans don't boo their players". It's Manchester United but not as we know it.