In most cases, the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic by the LA Galaxy would result in unabashed euphoria in MLS circles. The Swede has long been viewed as the ideal foreign import, one who could move the needle in all manner of ways, from the field to the stands and beyond.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played his last game for Manchester United ahead of a move to MLS, with sources telling ESPN FC the Swedish striker has signed a two-year contract with the LA Galaxy.
The Premier League club confirmed on Thursday they had agreed to immediately terminate Ibrahimovic's contract, which had been set to expire in June, after ESPN reported hours earlier that he was headed to MLS.
The Galaxy will pay Ibrahimovic $3 million total using targeted allocation money, sources...