At least that is according to the Daily Mirror who speculate about a sensational domino effect that will lead to a £35 million PSG bid for Rooney who continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford despite Sir Alex Ferguson insisting he wants to keep him.
The Mirror reports that: "Ibrahimovic is said to be disillusioned with life in France after less than one season, and could be ready to move on this summer to what would be the eighth club of his nomadic career.
"That would leave the mega-rich Qatari-owned PSG free to raid the Old Trafford club for Rooney.
"Sweden striker Ibrahimovic, bought from AC Milan in July, has already served three suspensions this season and is set to be the target of a £20m bid from Bayern Munich."
The Munich link from the Mirror is interesting as they say incoming coach Pep Guardiola would be interested in signing a player he brought to Barcelona.
However, Ibrahimovic only lasted one season at the Catalan giants and later revealed in his autobiography that he had some blazing rows with Guardiola while at the club and said that he told Guardiola to his face that he 'had no balls.'
It would certainly be interesting to see if the two could patch up those differences in Munich and Zlatan has recently spoken of his admiration for Bayern.
Meanwhile, as yesterday's Paper Round reported PSG could face competition from another French club in the form of Monaco for Rooney's signature.
If Rooney does leave United then Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski would be keen on replacing him at Old Trafford according to the Sun.
The Polish striker has already said that he plans to leave Dortmund and the Sun says that: "Bayern Munich are leading the chase, but Lewandowski knows it would upset Dortmund fans if he moved to their rivals, plus he wants to try his luck in England."
Dortmund are already targeting Manchester City's Edin Dzeko as a replacement for Lewandowski.
Dzeko could end up be one of 11 players to leave City in the summer according to a report in the Guardian.
Manchester City will embark on a clear-out of players at the end of the season. Carlos Tevez, Gareth Barry, Edin Dzeko and Samir Nasri head a group of 11 whose futures are in doubt, with Roberto Mancini determined not to repeat last summer's mistakes in the transfer market," writes Jamie Jackson.
"While Barry, Tevez, and Joleon Lescott all have a year remaining on their deals in the summer, Kolo Touré, Roque Santa Cruz and Wayne Bridge will all be out of contract then and are certain to depart. There are also doubts over Mancini's desire to persevere with Nasri, Dzeko, Maicon, and Scott Sinclair, due to uneven form, and John Guidetti, whose injury problems have made it difficult for him to force a way into the manager's plans," he adds.
Swansea could lose their centre-back partnership in the summer according to the Mirror. Ashley Williams is a £10m target for both Arsenal and Liverpool while Chico Flores is "believed to be on Bayern Munich’s radar."
Paulo Di Canio has been the hot favourite to take over at Reading but the players are not keen on the idea according to the Daily Mail.
"They fear the fiery Italian's combative nature could have an adverse effect on the squad going into the crucial run-in. A clutch of players also feel Di Canio does not have sufficient experience - particularly given he has not managed in the Premier League - to guide them to safety," says the paper.
Also in the Mail are reports that Liverpool have been encouraged to step up their pursuit of Paris St Germain striker Kevin Gameiro. Brendan Rodgers expressed interest in Gameiro in January and wants to try again this summer after learning of the striker's increasing frustration at his lack of game time.
Manchester City are continuing to scout Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, 20, as they ponder around five new additions for the summer. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool have offered Raheem Sterling around a number of Championship clubs after making him available for a loan move. It’s thought that Rodgers has already recommended Sterling to Bolton, Brighton and table topping Cardiff City, while Blackpool is another option, with a deal possibly proving a sweetener for Thomas Ince’s transfer to Liverpool in the summer. (Metro)
Swansea are to revive their efforts to sign Real Betis midfielder Jose Canas in the summer. The 25-year-old is a free agent at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)
Finally, Norwich and Everton are believed to be watching Sporting Lisbon right-back Cedric Soares, 21. (Daily Mail)