Vardy decision not yet made

Will Jamie Vardy ultimately join Arsene Wenger and his Arsenal? As of now, the Leicester star has not made a decision as to a potential Arsenal transfer and the possibility of continuing his career elsewhere. It was thought that the 29-year-old Vardy would have reached a decision by Monday, but, it seems nothing has been finalized yet.

Although he has had talks with Arsenal over the possibility of playing at Emirates Stadium, and although the Gunners did offer a 20M bid, however, that isn't the only offer on the table. His current team, Leicester, have put forth an improved contract to keep their star player on the team, improved from the one he signed only four months ago -- it'll be interesting to see where everything falls once the ink has been put to paper.

Vardy's overall 2015-2016 season was nothing short of sensational. His 24 total goals scored in all matches helped the Foxes on their way to claiming the Premiere League title -- an underdog feat to say the least. Their closest competition was the Gunners, who finished 10 goals behind in second place.

Big announcement pending for Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Although the content of the announcement is currently unknown, it has been rumored that the Swedish Striker may be linked to Manchester United. Even at 34-years-old, Zlatan Ibrahimovic still has a lot of gas in the tank and a lot to offer any team that should sign him as his contract with Paris Saint-Germain has already expired. Could he suit up at Old Trafford with new coach Jose Mourinho and become a part of rebuilding the culture that was left in pieces under Louis Van Gaal?

Thus far, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been rather coy, keeping things close to the vest while playing cat-and-mouse with the media. If he does ultimately end up inking a deal with Manchester United to play at Old Trafford, it may very well be the push that both the fans and the franchise need to usher in a new era.

Currently, as it stands, Ibrahimovic and his representatives seem close to finalizing a one-year deal with United -- and that may be all that's needed to turn things around.

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