Paris Saint-Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic could go anywhere, according to his agent, amid reports linking him with a move to David Beckham's proposed new MLS franchise in Miami.
Ibrahimovic, 34, is out of contract at the end of the season and is widely expected to leave PSG after four years in the French capital.
Leading with the front page headline "Big Bang in Miami, French sports paper L'Equipe reported on Wednesday that the United States could be Ibrahimovic's next destination.
While New York City and LA Galaxy are also said to be keen, L'Equipe says that Beckham's project in Florida appeals to PSG's all-time leading goal scorer.
L'Equipe's front page linking PSG's Zlatan Ibrahimovic with David Beckham's proposed MLS team in Miami. pic.twitter.com/iYP5N8TXSf
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L'Equipe says Ibrahimovic has a good relationship with former Manchester United and LA Galaxy midfielder Beckham, 40, who played with the Swede at PSG from February-May 2013.
The paper also reports that the ex-AC Milan and Barcelona player has often spent holidays in Miami in the past and already applied for a U.S. work visa several months ago.
Beckham's ownership group is seeking to create an MLS franchise in Miami in time for the 2017 season but they still have to find a stadium.
When asked specifically about Miami, Ibrahimovic's agent, Mino Raiola, said that "everything is possible", the same wording he used on Italian station Radio Deejay last week to suggest his client could yet extend his stay in Paris.
"Zlatan could sign everywhere because he is free [at the end of the season] but we haven't decided yet," Raiola told L'Equipe. "We have offers from several clubs and we are free to decide."
Despite scoring seven goals in seven Ligue 1 matches, Ibrahimovic has looked short of his best this season.
After the Swede made little impact against Real Madrid in a 0-0 draw in the Champions League last week, PSG manager Laurent Blanc said he had "no choice" but to hope that the player would rediscover his top form.
If Ibrahimovic does leave the French champions, L'Equipe says Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo remains the club's number one choice to replace him. It says Barcelona's Neymar and Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski are alternative targets.