Mourinho hails Zlatan.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will retire at Old Trafford not in the United States or China. The 35-year-old who moved from PSG to Old Trafford has netted 16 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions, with 11 of those scored in the Premier League. "I'm really happy for him. Maybe some people thought he was a top scorer but not anymore at 35 years old. But for him, 35 is the same as 25, Ligue 1 is the same as the Premier League," Mourinho said via Sky Sports.
Read More: Lingard says United can't be written off. "He scores goals, he plays well and I'm really happy for him because he will end his career on a high, which is amazing. He's not ending his career in America or in China, he's ending his career at the top of the top. "I'm really pleased with him. His record is good and he can improve. With no penalties, which is amazing too because normally the other guys that are top scorers around the world, they score a lot of penalties.
"He has had one penalty in 17 Premier League matches so I couldn't be happier." Manchester United host Sunderland on Boxing Day and Ibrahimovic will be looking forward to score more goals on the day.