Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reacted to claims that he is being wanted by clubs in Europe with his former side Manchester United reported to be one of the strongest suitors to have him on loan.
In his response, Ibrahimovic who plays in the MLS with LA Galaxy said he is not interested in any move away from the United States at the moment.
Ibrahimovic who is a former Manchester United player has received the calls to return to the Old Trafford while AC Milan are also on the queue seeking for his move to the San Siro during the MLS off-season.
However, he stated that he currently has a contract with LA Galaxy and does not fancy having loan spells during the off season just like other players who played in the MLS did in the past.
The likes of Landon Donovan, David Beckham and Robbie Keane all enjoyed loan spells in Europe while still with their MLS clubs before they said goodbye to active football.
Ibrahimovic says his focus is more important to him so as to continue flourishing having scored 22 goals in 27 league games for LA Galaxy this season.
The Sweden international still has a contract with the MLS side until 2019 and he is set to see out the deal.