Manchester United not expected to renew Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contract

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The Swedish worldwide signed on a one-year deal last season with the option of a second, but it is being reported that he will need to find a new club or retire.

Ibrahimovic scored a team-best 28 goals in 46 games for Manchester United in his only season with the club. The Swedish striker will be added to the club's release list which will be sent to the Premier League tomorrow, according to Sky Sources.

While a player can still re-sign for a club despite featuring on the list of those to leave the club at the expiration of their contract on 30 June, that is not set to be the case with former Ajax, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain hitman Ibrahimovic.

Ibrahimovic's current deal expires at the end of the month, but United have the option of a 12-month extension when it is complete.

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Costa, who scored 22 goals for Chelsea last term and is now away on global duty with Spain, said: "My relationship with the coach has been bad this season". United fans will find out this Friday when the Premier League releases a list of all the players that have been released by their respective clubs.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 13: Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Manchester United looks dejected during the UEFA Europa League quarter final first leg match between RSC Anderlecht and Manchester United at Constant Vanden Stock Stadium on April 13, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.

Mourinho has made no secret of his admiration for Javier Hernandez in recent months, saying he would not have sold the striker to Bayer Leverkusen before underlining how a player like him was missing at United.

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