Former PSG assistant coach Paul Clement says Zlatan Ibrahimovic will shake up the culture at Manchester United.
Clement, Carlo Ancelotti’s No.2 at Bayern Munich, was with him at Paris Saint-Germain – where he worked with the Swedish striker.
He said: “Ibra is really good – he kept everyone on their toes, staff and players.
“He’s really good to work with, an unbelievable talent and very professional.
“I’ve really fond memories of that period.
“He has such a competitive drive and desire every day and I don’t think that Paris team and that culture there were used to that.
“They hadn’t seen anything like that before he arrived. I’d seen it at Chelsea, with John Terry, Didier Drogba, Michael Ballack, Frank Lampard.
“I’d seen what a competitive environment is, day to day. At Paris, they hadn’t had that, but, with the help of the staff as well, Zlatan really pushed that on.”