Former Manchester United striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, has admitted that his future with Major League side, LA Galaxy is uncertain.
Ibrahimovic has had a remarkable debut season in MLS, scoring 17 goals in 22 games.
The 36-year-old, who is under contract till next year, told reporters that he is not ready to make a decision about spending a second year in Southern California.
“I don’t know. This I have to discuss,” he told the Los Angeles Times.
“This is not the moment to talk about that. It’s something I’ll discuss with the club. What they want, what I want. So let’s see.”
The former Swedish international joined the club after recovering from a major knee injury he suffered with Manchester United a year ago.
He said he would be fine as the season winds down, with the Galaxy chasing a Western Conference playoff spot.
“I have five games,” he said. “I’m happy. Physically I feel strong, I feel good. I’m producing. So I just need to win games and then everything is perfect.”
Ibrahimovic has previously spoken out about his frustration with the fortunes of Galaxy, who are in the midst of a seven-game winless streak, which prompted the club to sack coach Sigi Schmid earlier this month.
The former Barcelona hitman saud it was a new experience to play for a struggling club.
“It’s a different challenge,” he added. “The team I played for [before], I had that feeling like we were unbeatable. Nobody can destroy us. We will destroy everybody.”
Reports say his wages may also be an issue, earning just $1.5 million this year –the fourth-highest paid player in the team, though partly because of the uncertainty over his knee.
Meanwhile, Giovani dos Santos, a former Arsenal player, is making $6million; the fifth-highest paid player in the league. But the Mexico international has been criticized during an injury-plagued season, in which he has scored just three goals in 13 games.
For the second Time in a month, Ibrahimovic was fined on Friday an undisclosed amount by the MLS. He was charged for putting his hand on an opponent’s head.