According to Paul Ince, Manchester United are in dire need of a scorer, and the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a breeze.
Jose Mourinho had already loaned the Swedish striker in 2016 and made a tremendous impression in the short time he was in Old Trafford.
In 2018, Ibrahimovic joined LA Galaxy, but recently hinted that he would be ready for a return of the United States if the Red Devils needed it.
Manchester United broke away from Romelu Lukaku in the summer and are at the forefront this season. Ince Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has proposed to re-sign Ibrahimovic.
"From what we've seen so far, United looks better for the future, but they are not clinical enough, look at the trials they did last week," Ince told Paddy Power News.
"They need a scorer, a Harry Kane or a Sergio Aguero, someone who scores goals for fun makes it easy, yes, they have Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford doing something, but they will score 25 or 30 goals." Goals per season? No.
"Zlatan Ibrahimovic hinted that he could return this week, and that's not a bad idea, I've seen him several times in the MLS and his record is phenomenal.
"He does not run around a lot, he's standing around somehow, but when the ball in the box or outside comes to him, he shoots goals.
"When he returns to Old Trafford, you think of his goal balance when he was there this season, I'm not saying he should start every game, but when you see games like Wolves or Palace where United wrestled for the goal . " net, he would probably do it in 15 or 20 minutes.
"You can guarantee that he shows up and does a bit of magic, sets up someone or scores a goal – United has nothing to do with that.
"Whatever he's going to do is bring some presence into the locker room, he'll bring some control over there, just as Bryan Robson or Rio Ferdinand did, he controlled that kind of character when he was there . " Dressing room, and there are many young players there,
"Rashford, James, etc. are all young lads in need of leadership, they need someone like Zlatan, not just from the point of view, but from the locker room, someone they can learn from.
"He's ticking all the boxes, it's a breeze for me if Ole and he both want to do it, though he's likely to multiply the average age in the team by a lot!"