Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic has left the club and will sign for LA Galaxy, according to Sky Sports, who also claim he is considering an international comeback.
The Sweden international has only made seven appearances for the Red Devils this season and has not played since Boxing Day.
Ibrahimovic picked up an injury during the 2-2 draw with Burnley and has been out of action since.
His only goal of the campaign came in Unitedâ€™s 2-1 EFL Cup defeat to Bristol City â€“ a disappointing return after he netted 28 times last term.
Earlier in the season, manager Jose Mourinho said he expected Ibrahimovic to leave at the end of the year, as he had been unable to make the same sort of impact as his first season with the club.
And United confirmed earlier this week they had agreed to terminate his contract, which was due to expire at the end of the season.
Following the confirmation, Ibrahimovic paid tribute to the club on his Instagram page.
â€œGreat things also come to an end and it is time to move on after two fantastic seasons with Manchester United,â€ he wrote.
â€œThank you to the club, the fans, the team, the coach, the staff and everybody who shared with me this part of my history.â€
The 36-year-old is now set to head across the Atlantic Ocean and join a growing plethora of stars in Major League Soccer (MLS).
This will likely be one of the final moves of an illustrious career that has seen Ibrahimovic win 32 trophies.
And with the MLS season now underway, he could be in action again very soon, with Galaxy playing LA FC on March 31.
A move to Los Angeles would see him join fellow ex-Premier League players Ashley Cole and Giovani Dos Santos.
And Sky Sports also reports Ibrahimovic is considering a return to international football ahead of this summerâ€™s World Cup.
He retired from national duty in 2016, but if he does want to come out of retirement, it may explain why he has left United earlier than planned.
With no prospect of playing at Old Trafford, the move to America should give him the opportunity to prove his form and fitness before he makes his final decision.