Ibrahimovic Zlatan, has said he will set out to “conquer the US” like he did in Europe, after his transfer to LA Galaxy.
The 36-year-old left Manchester United on Thursday after his contract at Old Trafford was cancelled and Zlatan quickly completed a long-anticipated move to Major League Soccer.
Ibrahimovic has won four domestic league titles during a glittering career to date which has seen him play for Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain among others after starting out at homeland club Malmo.
“I am super excited. I know what I come with. I know what I am able to do,” he told former MLS player Calen Carr.
“This is just a new adventure for me – a new challenge. I am looking forward to conquer the US just like I conquered Europe. I’m pumped!”
The Swede, who was limited to seven appearances for Jose Mourinho’s United this season since his comeback from a serious knee injury, insists the five-time MLS Cup winners were always going to be his next destination.
“After 20 years in Europe playing for the best clubs in the world with the best players in the world, I have been winning so much,” Ibrahimovic added.
“It is time to move to a different continent and try the MLS. For me, there was no question about it – Galaxy was the team and I chose them. They didn’t need to choose me.”