Sweden star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn't said a confirmed yes or a no to his reported move to Manchester United this summer. The PSG hotshot will be a free agent after his contract with the French club expires at the end of this month.

Reports have surfaced heavily that Ibrahimovic could join Jose Mourinho once again at Manchester United this time around. The duo had earlier worked wonders at Inter Milan. For the time being, neither is Mourinho's arrival to the Red Devils confirmed nor is Ibrahimovic's arrival.

"The future is written," Ibrahimovic, 34, said cheekily to the BBC when asked which club he will be joining in the summer. "I made my choice a long time ago. I just have to push the button. There is concrete offers from the Premier League. But I don't give guarantees."

"Let's see what happens," he reverted on being asked if he was joining Manchester United.

Ibrahimovic has won the Dutch league title, the Spanish league title, the Italian league title and the French league title. Among these major European league titles, only the German league title and the Premier League title is yet to be lifted by the Frenchman. However, with the player being linked to Premier League in the last few months, he could well get his hands at the English league title at some point before he quits playing club football.

The 34-year-old striker also commented that Mourinho could be the perfect candidate to take over Manchester United this summer as the head coach. "He is the man to bring them [Manchester United] back to the top," said Ibrahimovic, who won the Serie A title with Inter under Mourinho in 2008-09 before joining Barcelona.

"I had a fantastic time working with him. If we will work again I don't know."