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MANCHESTER UNITED - Ibrahimovic: "I'm happy but I could be happier"

30.12.2016 16.30 by Chiara Biondini  read 709
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Manchester United can still win the Premier League title this season, though he "could be happier" with their current position, the striker told ESPN in an exclusive interview.

"I feel good, I've fun, and I feel good in Premier League. We can continue winning and we continue working hard, we move all together in the direction. I'm happy but I could be happier".

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