Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly yet to make a decision over his Manchester United future.
The Swede signed a one-year contract last summer when he joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain.
Jose Mourinho wants him to stay on at Old Trafford.
But The Sun claim Ibrahimovic has yet to make his mind up about whether or not he wishes to continue his career with the Red Devils.
It is thought the 35-year-old will wait until the end of the campaign before making an announcement, and he hopes to lead his side to a top-four finish.
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He would play for the same club as Beckham, his idol, with the same legendary No 7 in the back
Antoine Griezmann's image advisor
Antoine Griezmann’s image advisor has talked up a move to United for his client.
Recent reports have suggested that United have broadly agreed over personal terms for the £86m-rated Atletico Madrid striker.
And now his image advisor thinks a move to Old Trafford would be perfect for his client.
“When I read articles on a hypothetical transfer to Manchester United, I have to say this would be the ideal scenario in marketing,” Sebastien Bellencontre told French magazine So Foot.
“He would play for the same club as Beckham, his idol, with the same legendary No 7 in the back.”
Anthony Martial has struggled to shine at Manchester United this season
Anthony Martial has been urged by Mikael Silvestre to stay at United and avoid going down the same path as Paul Pogba.
The France international has had a tricky time under Jose Mourinho this season.
Despite recent reports suggesting the 21-year-old feels like he has been made a scapegoat by Mourinho, Silvestre feels Pogba is better off staying put.
“[He had] a very good season and adaptation to the Premier League and United," Silvestre told talkSPORT.
“He had been their top scorer last season, but this year he’s a different player.
“He had a difficult summer with France – he had a game where he didn’t perform and he was out of the team – and you have to remember the episode of getting his number [taken away] for [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic to take. He was not happy about that.”