In Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s last season with Paris-Saint Germain, he recorded an extremely impressive 50 goals in 51 games for the French giants. Upon the end of his contract with PSG, Ibrahimovic attracted attention from Manchester United, who went on to sign the forward in the summer of 2016. The Swede scored on his competitive debut as Manchester United beat Leicester City to win the FA Community Shield, while he also scored on his league debut in a long-range effort against Bournemouth. In his 18 months with the Red Devils, Ibrahimovic scored 29 goals in 53 games before moving to LA Galaxy and he helped United win the Europa League and the League Cup.
The player himself could get to number one on this list, but given only finished sixth in his year as United's talisman, it's impossible to put him higher than 10th.