The PSG star has mentioned his interest in moving to North America before, and says his friend Thierry Henry has given him plenty of positive reports about the league.
Once again, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is talking about moving to Major League Soccer.
The Sweden and Paris Saint-Germain star has batted around the possibility of moving to North America in the past, and dropped another hint in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
"I will really think about it because I find it very interesting to come over to America because my friend Thierry Henry is playing there and he's doing fantastic there, and he talks a lot of positive about the Major League Soccer," Ibrahimovic said.MORE: U.S. Soccer MVP rankings | USA vs. Turkey photos
The 32-year-old striker is coming off the best statistical season of his career, scoring 40 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions with the back-to-back French champions.
If the striker does move to MLS, he acknowledged it may still be a couple years in the future, saying: “I have a contract for another two years, so let's see how I am physically in two years and if the opportunity is still there.”