Major League's Soccer 2019 season comes to a close on Sunday as the Seattle Sounders host Toronto FC in MLS Cup, but one of the hot topics remains what will happen with Los Angeles Galaxy star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The 38-year-old forward has been a sensational signing for the club with 53 goals in two seasons, but his contract is about to expire, leaving him to sign with another club or re-sign with the Galaxy. There's nothing surprising there, because that's been the plan all along — going year to year. But time is running out, and a decision will have to be made in the coming weeks as to what's next for the Swedish star with European clubs interested. 

According to sources closes to the situation, the Los Angeles Galaxy want him to re-sign but the general feeling is that he wants to leave and go back to Europe. CBS Sports can confirm the continued interest from various European clubs, and the club I keeping hearing that is pursuing him very aggressively is Bologna of Italy.

Napoli is another Italian club that I continue to hear having interest, and the club's president has expressed his interest in the past.