Paris - Sweden
captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Sunday said Manchester United fans will
have to wait a little longer before finding out if he will be at Old
Trafford next season.
"For me in Manchester, there is nothing to say. I feel happy for the
moment - what future there will be you will see soon," Ibrahimovic, who
is out of contract at Paris Saint-Germain, told a press conference
ahead of Sweden's Euro 2016 clash with the Republic of Ireland on
"Wherever I go I will be happy and will still enjoy."
The 34-year-old also responded to praise from United legend, and
Ireland assistant coach, Roy Keane, who told media this weekend that
Ibrahimovic could make a similar impact on the club to French great Eric
Cantona two decades ago.
"I take it as a compliment because if a player like Roy Keane speaks,
he has been in the game and knows what he is talking about."
Monday's Group E match at the Stade de France is Sweden's first of
the European Championship before they go on to face Belgium and Italy.
Former AC Milan and Barcelona star Ibrahimovic announced last month
that he would be leaving Paris this summer after a highly successful
four-year stint at PSG.
United last week made Villarreal and Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly
their first signing since the appointment of Jose Mourinho as manager.