The former England international and Manchester United legend Gary Neville thinks the Premier League giant Manchester United should offer Zlatan Ibrahimovic a two-year deal to stay at Old Trafford.
The former Swedish international Zlatan Ibrahimovic is currently enjoying a wonderful season with the Red Devils and also become United's key player this season, scoring 26 goals in all competitions after signing on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain last summer.
And the Club Manchester United expect Ibrahimovic to stay for at least another year, although he is yet to confirm if he will take up the 12-month extension option on his current deal, while the reports says that MLS giant LA Galaxy also interested in his services.
But the Manchester United legend Gary Neville thinks Manchester United should keep the Swedish forward at least for two coming years.
As Speaking to Omnisport, Sky Sports pundit Neville said he would give Ibrahimovic a two-year deal.
"I'd say yes. Because of the professionalism, the training and his commitment to the club,"
"I think United needed personalities and characters after what happened in the previous few seasons. A lot of United's success has revolved around him."
"What I would say is, it will be impossible for him to play every single match in that period."
"There has to be a dip at some point. Ultimately, it's how [Jose] Mourinho manages him over a two-year period because he wants to play every match.”
"The reality is, I'm not quite sure that will be able to happen as he continues to get a little bit older."