Ibrahimovic watched on from the sidelines as goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan fired Manchester United to their second major trophy of the campaign.
The 35-year-old missed out on the chance to start a first-ever European final but, after scoring 28 goals across all competitions, his first season in England has been an overwhelming success.
Despite his age, and the fact that United look to be closing in on a deal to sign Atletico Madrid hitman Antoine Griezmann, fans are clamouring for him to stay.
However, reports in Sweden suggest that his appearance last night was the last United will see of him.
Expressen say that Jose Mourinho, despite being a firm admirer of the forward, will let him go as a free agent and instead focus his efforts on securing younger, faster players.
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Manchester United will let Zlatan Ibrahimovic go, according to reports
Manchester United supposedly feel that the serious nature of his injury means it would be unwise to keep paying him
United supposedly feel that the serious nature of his injury means it would be unwise to keep paying him wages worth £367,000-a-week.
And, because of the fact he will turn 36 in October, Mourinho thinks there is no guarantee that he will come back from his injury at his brilliant best.
However, given the close relationship between the two, United could still yet look to keep him.
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Speaking after their win last night, Ibrahimovic was coy on his future but refused to rule out extending his Premier League stay.
"In a few weeks I'll be back in the field," he told Sky Italia.
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“Where? Let’s see.”
The veteran also admitted his regret at missing out as his team-mates won the trophy for the first time in United's history.
"I regret not being able to play this game. It is normal, I wanted to be on the pitch but the situation is this," he added.
"I had a different role, I supported the team, but what matters is that we won. That's the most important thing because this is a collective trophy.
"You win and lose together. Now we raised another trophy, which is the third this year of the five available."