Zlatan Ibrahimovic sends direct Man United message to Jose Mourinho

Lawrence Cooper
September 10, 2017

Lukaku also insists he can handle the pressure of being United's number nine under Jose Mourinho.

Romelu Lukaku has had a pretty impressive start to his life at Old Trafford and doesn't fear the return of football Legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Ryan Giggs was one of the number of former United players to warn the striker of the increased scrutiny following his £75 million move from Everton in the summer.

United's next clash is away to Stoke City on Saturday before they make their return to the Champions League with a home clash against Basel on Tuesday night. "But I was mentally prepared, I was just waiting for the opportunity to come", he told BBC Sport.

"I hope that these 15 days without us being together and working together, doesn't affect us too much", Mourinho added at his press conference.

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"He's someone you can talk to and whatever you say he's going to listen to you, so I like that a lot". "I'm really grateful for the second opportunity".

Once again, with United resigning Ibrahimovic to a contract this summer to extend his stay for one more year but once again, there are questions over whether or not Man United should have signed Ibrahimovic once again.

And while Lukaku will continue as the Red Devils' undisputed No.1 striker in the Swede's absence it may be a different story when he returns to fitness.

Manchester United do need Ibrahimovic, any club in the world would be happy to sign him despite his age and the serious injuries that he is coming off.

"As long as it can make you better and makes you win you relish the challenge at the time". "It's good to have another guy that is hungry to win trophies, that's what we want at Manchester United".

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