Scoring a double in the EFL cup final could lead to bigger and better things for Zlatan?

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has shown his goal scoring prowess all over Europe but many questioned if he could repeat that form in England. At 35, many questioned his fitness in such a competitive league but Zlatan has so far silenced his critics but many have questioned his commitment to the club.

Winning the #EFL Cup could be a great step in his career at the Red Devils, scoring two goals at Wembley has shown the British public that Zlatan is the real deal. Although #man united aren't in the Premier League title race and the Champions League, Jose Mourinho has publicly said that his side are aiming to challenge for all cups and a top four position.

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Ibrahimovic has been a vital part of the team that are still gunning for three trophies and a top four place, already scoring 26 goals the Swedish forward his proven he can score in all leagues.

Will Zlatan stay at Manchester United in the summer?

Zlatan's agent Mino Raiola has refused to rule out the possibility that he will leave in the summer, the Swedish striker has been a revelation for the Red Devils but the 35-year-old still has the option to stay for a second year.

Mourinho has stated that he wants Zlatan to stay at Old Trafford for another year but insisted he will never beg a player to stay on.

Ibrahimovic has won a trophy in every country he has played but he is entering his twilight era of his career and could move to America and China similar to players nearing their retirement.

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What is next for Ibrahimovic?

With the 16/17 nearing the end, Zlatan will want to progress on all fronts, winning the Europa League will guarantee the club a Champions League spot, a top four spot is still the aim for the club but with such tough competition, the Europa League seems the best root for Man United to reach the Champions League next season.

A Champions League could persuade Ibrahimovic to stay at Old Trafford for a second season but time will tell if his second season could lead to bigger and better things. #Manchester United