LA Galaxy president Chris Klein affirmed the MLS club's enthusiasm for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, however he surrendered the previous Manchester United striker needs to stay in Europe.
Ibrahimovic is accessible on a free exchange after his agreement was not restored by United after genuine knee damage endured in April.
Jose Mourinho and United have implied the 35-year-old – who scored 28 objectives in all rivalries as the Manchester side won the Europa League and EFL Cup last season – may come back to Old Trafford in 2017-18.
Be that as it may, the Galaxy are prepared to welcome Ibrahimovic to LA, with Klein telling journalists: "We have an unbelievable association with Zlatan and his specialist. He cherishes our club, and he adores LA.
"We have an enthusiasm for him. I think, for the present, he needs to remain in Europe
Our entryways are open for a player like that. We have rights to him in our alliance. We'll see where that goes."
This week, the Galaxy marked Mexico global Jonathan dos Santos from Villarreal and supplanted head mentor Curt Onalfo with Sigi Schmid
Manchester United board and manager Jose Mourinho still thinking of extending the retired Swedish player for more seasons despite the arrival of Romelu Lukaku and already wearing his jersey no 9
The Swedish striker prove himself last season, he's among the top scorer in the world and highest goal scorer for Manchester United last season in a huge space within other club strikers like Rooney, Rashford, Martial
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