"After being in Europe, winning 33 trophies, playing in the best teams in the world, playing with the best players in the world, I wanted to come to the US and play my game there," Ibrahimovic told the newspaper. "I wanted people to enjoy my game there and to win. And I chose the Galaxy to do that."
The experienced centre-forward scored 29 times in 53 appearances for the Red Devils, but failed to fully overcome the serious knee injury that ended his 2016-17 campaign, and was allowed to leave Old Trafford on a free transfer.
LA Galaxy confirmed the move on Friday afternoon with a video on their official Twitter page.
Ibrahimovic could make his LA Galaxy debut against local rivals Los Angeles FC on March 31.