Arsenal fans may have something to cheer about and probably, think of winning the Premier League again if the news coming from the Emirates Stadium is anything to go by.
The Dailystar reported that Arsenal are prepared to offer the PSG goal-machine Zlatan Ibrahimovich a two-year contract this summer. The prolific attacker was linked with a move to the Premier League last season with Manchester United at the forefront of landing him but failed to materialise.
The Sweden international has expressed his desire to end his career in the Premier League after a blistering career in almost all the major leagues across Europe.
The former Juventus striker will become a free agent when his current contract expires at the end of this season and has refused to extend his stay with the Ligue 1 champion.
Arsenal are hoping of securing his signature ahead of their rival Manchester United who have also renewed their interest in the talisman.
However, there are reports that the striker who has also caught the attention of some clubs in the Chinese Super League, is making outrageous demands and has turned down an offer of £54 million a year from a Chinese club.
Report had it that Arsenal are hoping that a £250,000 per week contract should be able to lure him to the London club. The 34-year-old is not showing any sign aging and has been impressive in front of goals netting outstanding 42 goals as in 46 appearances this season, which is double of each of Olivier Giroud (20) and Alexis Sanchez (16) goals.
The former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker has good record of winning league titles during his spell at any club and he may help bring the Premier League to the Emirates. The FA Cup holder have missed out on Premier League glory since the era of the invincibles in 2003/2004 season.
Arsene Wenger, entering the last season of his contract has intensified his effort in bringing the title to the club next season.
Arsenal have not found it easy in finding the back of the net and Ibrahimovic may provide the needed spark that has been missing in the attacking department.