Jose Mourinho confirms Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Manchester United career may not be over

Jose Mourinho confirms Zlatan Ibrahimovic's Manchester United career may not be over

Manchester United's Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic reacts after falling awkwardly during the UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg football match between Manchester United and Anderlecht at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on April 20, 2017.

The Red Devils have been strongly linked with a raid on Mourinho's old club Chelsea this summer, with Matic emerging as one of the Portuguese's preferred targets in defensive midfield. "Everything is so hard".

United spent £75 million last week to replace Ibrahimovic with former Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.

"Everything is so hard I would not like to be in (United executive vice-chairman) Ed Woodward's position negotiating because everything is really hard", Mourinho said.

"We have not come to an economic agreement, that is obvious as well".

"[And it] is really important for the players to be together 24 hours for two and a half weeks and welcome to the new people, try to make them adapt as soon as possible".

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"But they are also buying someone who has the ability to improve and needs to show it on a bigger stage".

United have not ruled out signing Sweden global Ibrahimovic on a short-term contract once he is fit.

"We want him to be honest and open and let everything be there for him to make a decision in case his desire was to leave, so there was not a new contract".

"It would be easy for him to hide behind it and to say "it's time stop and go to a different level of football". Of course with his first European trophy but not playing and he made the challenge for himself of wanting to keep playing at the highest level.

However, Ibrahimovic is being aggressively pursued by LA Galaxy, who wanted him when he left PSG previous year, and are prepared to make him the highest paid player in the MLS.

"We don't have our door closed, we are not happy with just Lukaku and Lindelof. It is Mr Woodward and Zlatan's agent who will deal with it".