The PSG forward has been linked to the Gunners with his contract expiring.
The striker looks set to leave Paris St Germain as his contract comes to an end, with no deal having been agreed as yet.
Even at 34-years-old, there will likely be a long line of potential suitors for his signature given his world-class status in the game.
A move to the Premier League also seems likely given he is yet to play in England either, and Arsenal have been touted as a potential new club.
Keown though, says he doesn’t see it happening, believing that his attitude wouldn’t be right for the youngsters at the club.
“No. I don’t see it happening,” he told the Daily Mail.
“He didn’t want to play for Arsenal back when he had a chance all those years ago and I don’t think Arsene Wenger would give him another chance now.”
“Of course he’s a fantastic player with so much pedigree but I don’t know whether his attitude would be right for the youngsters at the club and the money involved would be huge.”
While Keown doubts that his old side will make a move for the Sweden star, there is no denying he would solve the major problem in their side.
It has long been said that the Gunners need to add a world-class centre forward to their side if they are to compete at the top of the game in future.
Ibrahimovic is certainly in that bracket, and perhaps a short-term move would be wise from Wenger to get