Bookmakers release odds of West Ham or Arsenal signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic this summer

Zlatan Ibrahimovic could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

With Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contract at Paris Saint-Germain set to expire this summer, bookmakers believe West Ham and Arsenal are well in the running for his signature.

Ibrahimovic, 34, has become one of the world's greatest strikers in a storied career, having turned out for Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan and now Paris Saint-Germain.

380 goals in 667 domestic games - including 144 in 170 for PSG - have cemented Ibrahimovic's place as one of the world's elite strikers, winning 13 league titles in a remarkable career.

Now though, the veteran is coming to the end of this PSG contract, and clubs around the world are no doubt lining up to sign him. West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan recently told talkSPORT that he would love to bring Ibrahimovic to the Olympic Stadium this summer, whilst the Daily Mail report that Arsenal and Chelsea are both keen to land the Swedish international on a free transfer too.

With a huge race for Ibrahimovic's signature, bookmakers have started pricing up odds, and Sky Bet have offered their odds for Ibrahimovic's next club

They believe that the most likely situation is Ibrahimovic actually extending his contract with PSG, whilst the second favourites are Manchester United, with many believing that Jose Mourinho - tipped to move to Old Trafford, as reported by The Guardian - could reunite with Ibrahimovic, having worked with him at Inter Milan.

Elsewhere, West Ham and Arsenal are both slightly further back at 5/1, Chelsea at 9/1 and even Liverpool and Tottenham in the 20's.

Here are some of the favourites to secure Ibrahimovic this summer, with clubs across the world touted with moves for the giant striker...

To Stay at PSG 9/4
Manchester United 4/1
West Ham United 4/1
Arsenal 5/1
Chelsea 9/1
Any Chinese Club 14/1
Any MLS Club 14/1
AC Milan 16/1
Tottenham 20/1
Liverpool 22/1

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