Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set announce where he will play his football next season on Tuesday, according to reports.
The much sought after Swede is understood to be joining Manchester United on a bumper one-year deal as Jose Mourinho’s first signing as boss.
With speculation ramping up as to where his next destination will be Ibrahimovic was quizzed following the 3-0 win over Wales on Sunday.
“There will be a big announcement on the 7th. It will be this summer’s big bomb,” he told Swedish television.
It has already been confirmed that Ibrahimovic will be allowed to leave Sweden training when the time is right.
Boss Erik Hamren said: “We have days off. We plan our activities and the players can act based on that. I’m not going to speculate about such things.”
Ibrahimovic is a free agent this summer after his PSG contract expired.
He has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for some time and new United boss Jose Mourinho, who coached Ibrahimovic at Inter Milan, is keen to get a deal over the line before a ball is kicked in France.
United will have to pay Ibrahimovic £300,000-a-week but will offset that against no transfer fee as he is a free agent.
The deal may include a one year option to extend but it is a huge coup for United.
Ibrahimovic may not be getting any younger but he has just enjoyed the most prolific goalscoring season of his career, netting 50 times in all competitions for PSG as they completed a domestic treble.