Mourinho Predicts Early Return for Ibrahimovic

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"Do I think he will be back in 2017?"

Further, similar thoughts were shared by former United striker Andy Cole to MUTV where he said: "I had a chat with Zlatan when he was in the gym the other day. I think he will definitely bring something to the football team, as we already know", Cole commented. Last season he was fantastic - it would be nice to see him back when he's healed, "Cole added".

To suffer such a serious ligament injury as Ibrahimovic did. and return before the year is out, having only suffered the blow in April in United's UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg against Belgian side Anderlecht, is remarkable, particularly so for a 36-year-old striker.

"But like he keeps saying, he is not human".

It came just five days after United laboured to a 0-0 draw at Anfield, a game in which Mourinho was accused of being an "enemy of football" for his defensive approach.

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It was at the point Gerrard mentioned his own lack of Premier League titles - zero in his 17 year Liverpool career - that the camera turned to Scholes who appeared to be trying his very hardest not to laugh. But with the way the game went, he was always going to find it hard and he did do.

The Belgian worldwide has scored seven times in his eight appearances for Manchester United in the English Premier League (EPL) this season. "Without doubt, he will take it in his stride".

And the quickness of his return has not been lost on former England ace Cole.

"It's a odd one because, to be brutally honest, there aren't many times when you go to Liverpool and draw 0-0", he added.

"We are silly if we don't know what is expecting for us, unless it's a new player in the Premier League which we have only Victor, apart from that everybody knows the Premier League and knows what it means to play against newly promoted teams, is nothing new. But in the end, in the grand scheme of things, I think 0-0 at Anfield is a good result because you have not lost the game".

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