ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC'S family have reportedly been checking out property in Los Angeles after he was closely linked with joining LA Galaxy.
The Manchester United striker is considering his future already as his one-year contract ends this summer and his injury problems have continued.
Ibrahimovic, 36, has not played since Boxing Day after defying medics with his return ahead of schedule from a long-term knee ligament injury.
His next challenge, though, could be more difficult - earning a frontline place at Old Trafford despite competition from Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Marcus Rashford.
So it was hardly a surprise when speculation soared last week that Major League Soccer side Galaxy had stepped up interest in Ibrahimovic.
And now the Mail say his family have been looking at homes in Beverly Hills, California.
Galaxy's season begins in a fortnight and it is thought Ibrahimovic could become the highest-paid MLS player ever if he makes the move.
Galaxy coach Sigi Schmid seemed cautious but confident when he spoke about Ibrahimovic last week.
He said then: "If it happens, it happens, and once it happens, then we'll give thought to it.
"He's a big player. Big players have an impact on your team, whether that's Zlatan or whether that's (Lionel) Messi or a Neymar.
"Obviously, he's been a successful player, he's won trophies everywhere he's been, but until it happens, I'm not going to worry about it."