That's according to the Sun's Dave Fraser, who reported the Swede "is already planning ahead for life in England" due to his overwhelming confidence he'll reunite with Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford. Mourinho is widely tipped to replace the beleaguered Louis van Gaal in the United hot seat.
Ibrahimovic has been fairly tight-lipped about his future, though he has hinted a sensational move could be in the cards. Per Fraser, he said: "I have another three months here and, then, what will happen? Big things will happen."
Pressed on whether he would be joining a Premier League side, he merely replied: "Let’s just say I am in good shape."
He reiterated that he does not know who his next club will be and that he will assess his options in time, per BT Sport Football:
BT Sport Football @btsportfootball
.@Ibra_official reveals he is not yet decided where he will play after his contract with @PSG_English ends. #UCL https://t.co/7BTtoYjHwd2016-3-9 08:30:03
The striker turned 34 in October but has shown no sign of slowing down with age, racking up a phenomenal 30 goals and 14 assists in all competitions this season, as part of 136 he's notched in just 166 matches for PSG.
Per the Champions League's official Twitter account, Ibrahimovic appears determined to keep going for some time yet:
Champions League @ChampionsLeague
Zlatan Ibrahimović on retirement: "I'm just warming up! Age is just a number & you're only as old as you feel." #UCL https://t.co/wJtpmIsJ422016-3-9 11:09:55
Bleacher Report UK's Andrew Gibney believes his outstanding form has warranted Les Parisiens keeping him an extra year:
Bleacher Report UK @br_uk
#Zlatan looks back to his best this season—#PSG must keep him for another year | @Gibney_A https://t.co/9S2n1JA8jJ https://t.co/A3vDH8ePcH2016-2-23 14:41:06
United are undoubtedly in need of his talents after mustering just 37 goals in 29 Premier League games this season—meaning they have been outscored by eight Premier League sides this season.
Wayne Rooney, despite his recent uptick in form, has largely been poor while at just 20 years old, Anthony Martial shouldn't be expected to carry the weight of the team's goalscoring responsibilities almost single-handedly. Nor should fellow youngster Marcus Rashford, despite his impressive emergence.
As one of the most prolific strikers in Europe for over a decade, Ibrahimovic would not only bring the ruthless finishing United sorely need, but also the swagger the club have lost since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.
He'll surely have plenty of suitors, but with their pulling power—especially if Mourinho is brought in—United can win the race to sign him.