Close to 10,000 people had their say on which club Ibrahimovic will join next.
And 36 per cent of them said United would win the battle to bring him to the Prem.
United edged out Chelsea and Arsenal in the vote, who recorded 28 per cent and 19 per cent respectively.
According to Swedish football expert Olof Lundh, Ibrahimovic is "pretty likely" to move to the Premier League this summer.
The 34-year-old is out of contract at Paris St-Germain at the end of the season and has admitted that he has received interest from Premier League clubs.
When asked if Ibrahimovic moving to the Premier League was a possibility, Lundh said: "It is pretty likely. In the beginning he preferred to go to the US with Miami but since David Beckham has had some problems getting the stadium ready and it's not ready until 2018.
"I think he is looking to play in Europe at the top level and, of course, the Premier League is interesting for him. I think he would like to live in London.
"Whether that would be Chelsea, Arsenal or maybe even West Ham, we will see.”
Starsport exclusively revealed last week that United bosses have made Ibrahimovic one of their main summer transfer targets.
It is understood United are willing to offer him a short-term deal worth £24m.
United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward hopes to tempt Ibrahimovic with a two-year contract worth a staggering £250,000-a-week.
The deal on offer would make Ibrahimovic one of the highest-paid stars in English football.
A club source said: "The team needs a major injection of talent and some superstar additions.
"Zlatan fits the bill. He might be getting on a bit but he can still do it at the highest level and would be worth the risk in terms of big wages because no fee is involved.”