The striker is reportedly keen on a move to the Premier League and joining Arsene Wenger's side
The Swedish forward’s deal at the French champions is set to expire in the summer, and as yet he has not agreed a deal to extend his stay in Paris.
He won’t be signing a new deal either, with him instead eyeing a move to the Premier League before eventually finishing his career in either the MLS or the Middle East.
And he has reportedly set his heart on a move to the Emirates, with Arsene Wenger’s side his preferred destination if he can secure it.
They aren’t the only side interested though; with Manchester United also keen, although the Swede isn’t interested in that move, as he wants to avoid a personality clash with manager Louis Van Gaal.
He would be more than welcome at Arsenal though, with Wenger having been roundly criticised for not signing a world-class centre forward this summer.
Even at 33, Ibrahimovic is just that, and still has enough in the tank to mark a serious improvement of their forward options.
Whether though, they are willing to offer the kind of money he would want remains to be seen, with them previously having been very strict on the deals they offer to players over 30-years-old.