Published: Sun, April 09, 2017
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

My future depends on Manchester United's 'vision', warns Ibrahimovic

My future depends on Manchester United's 'vision', warns Ibrahimovic

Zlatan has already led the Old Trafford club to one trophy this season, winning the EFL Cup in February.

Manchester United's struggle to achieve a top-four finish continued on Tuesday as Zlatan Ibrahimovic came to its rescue with an added time penalty to salvage a 1-1 draw against Everton in its Premier League clash at Old Trafford. "It's not like I'm 20 and I have another five or 10 years [to play]". I am open. Nothing is done yet. "I came here with no Champions League and I came here with the team as it was".

Ibrahimovic told MUTV: "A lot of things have to be settled".

The 35 year old feels he is under a lot of pressure to make impact for his team to win matches. Lamine Kone and John O'Shea won't face a tougher task this season and Ibrahimovic will be the key to United's top four hopes.

The full team, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and captain Wayne Rooney, made dreams come true at the Aon Training Complex for fans who suffer from serious and life-limiting illnesses. "We are still doing the best we can, and we still want more". It's kind of overwhelming seeing all the players come in at once and I feel so lucky. "From the points point of view it is not that important-zero or one doesn't make a huge difference-but it is a good feeling for the boys not to lose". That's all Mourinho wants from his players, really, hard work and obedience.

Although Ibrahimović has missed more "big chances" than any other forward in the Premier League this season, his 27 goals this season have undoubtedly been vital for his side. There are still two months to go.

The revived champions are now 10th, nine points above the drop zone, courtesy of a fifth straight league win while Sunderland lie eight points from safety with eight games left.

"The nice thing is that we have not been losing for a lot of games, so it is what it is and if we would have been a team for No 1 spot, we would be No 1 today".

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