(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 20, 2017 Manchester United’s Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates scoring the team’s first goal from a free kick during the English League Cup quarter-final football match between Bristol City and Manchester United at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol, southwest England. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the Los Angeles Galaxy confirmed the Swedish star’s move to Major League Soccer on March 23, 2018, announcing the deal in a Los Angeles Times advert. / AFP PHOTO / Geoff CADDICK / 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic completed his move to Los Angeles Galaxy on Friday, aiming to conquer Major League Soccer in the final stop of his glittering career.

The iconic 36-year-old striker announced his move in a typically enigmatic full-page advert in the Los Angeles Times, which read simply: “Dear Los Angeles – you’re welcome.”

“Coming to play in the United States, it is only fitting for me to join the most successful team in Major League Soccer, the LA Galaxy,” Ibrahimovic said in a statement released later by the Galaxy.

“I am excited to join a club with a winning legacy that has embodied soccer in Los Angeles for over 20 years.”

Asked by the Los Angeles Times if he believed Los Angeles was big enough to accommodate his larger-than-life personality, he added: “If not, I’ll make it bigger.”

The Swedish star’s move to MLS had been widely reported on Thursday after Premier League giants Manchester United confirmed the player had been given permission to…

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