Arsenal legend Henry tempts Ibrahimovic into MLS move

The 32-year-old Paris Saint Germain striker is keen on a move to the MLS after speaking with his friend and New York Red Bulls star about life in America

Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted he could end his playing career in the MLS.

The 32-year-old has played a key role in helping the French side to secure back-to-back Ligue 1 titles since joining the club from AC Milan in the summer of 2012. 

Ibrahimovic enjoyed the best statistical season of his career last term and was the division's top scorer with 26 goals from 33 matches for Laurent Blanc’s side.

The Sweden international recently extended his contract with the club in a deal that will see him stay with his current employers until 2016.

However, Ibrahimovic has now revealed he would be open to a move to America to play in the MLS once his contract with PSG expires.

"I'm intrigued by the idea of going to play in the United States,” Ibrahimovic told Sports Illustrated.

“My friend Thierry Henry is finding it very well and I often talk about the US Championship [with him].

“In another two or three years, it would be interesting to go and play in the USA.”

Ibrahimovic was named top goalscorer twice in Italy, where he won six Serie A titles with Juventus, Inter and AC Milan.

The 32-year-old also won the Eredivisie twice at Ajax as well as one La Liga with Barcelona in 2010.