Silva claims no Premier League club is currently of the quality of PSG and has urged Ibrahimovic to stay with the Ligue 1 champions
Martial played against Ibrahimovic in Ligue 1 and would welcome the Swede to Old Trafford if he leaves PSG at the end of the season
The Dutchman has overseen the exits of a number of senior players since arriving at Old Trafford in 2014
Super agent Mino Raiola says striker still wants to play at the top level
The 34-year-old striker admitted that he is likely to bring his four-year stay at the Ligue 1 club to an end
Super-agent Mino Raiola says striker has already made up his mind on his future
Striker expected to leave PSG this summer
'He'd bring to Arsenal a mentality... what they're lacking to win'
'The league is made for him with his strength. his ability, the stadiums with fantastic atmosphere' his agent has talked up
The footage is taken from ‘Den unge Zlatan’ (‘The Young Zlatan’), a forthcoming feature film about the Swedish striker
Argentinian comes up against former side for first time since departure for Manchester United
Zlatan really enjoyed meeting a football legend
Boyd Tonkin talks to Eva Gabrielsson, who is horrified by plans to cash in on her dead partner’s ‘Millennium’ trilogy
The Paris St-Germain striker claims Suarez is on a par with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo according to his Uruguayan team-mate
A look at some of the more eye opening recent rumours from around the web
The memoir is the staple diet in sports publishing, and this has been a particularly full-on year for them. The more honest the better, of course, and there's none more so than Mike Tyson's Undisputed Truth: My Autobiography (Harpersport, £20). It's full of staggering stories: fighting high on coke and dope – which didn't stop him winning a fight in 38 seconds; wearing what he calls a "whizzer", or fake penis filled with clean urine, to foil the drug-testers; badly beating up fans who asked for autographs… Tyson is in full-on confessional mode and I can't recall a more self-excoriating autobiography, but it makes for grimly compelling reading.