The Sweden striker has been heavily linked with a free transfer to Manchester United, with his Paris Saint-Germain contract set to expire after four successful years in France.
Ibrahimovic, 34, scored 50 goals for PSG in 2015-2016 and is expected to link up with new Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho having played under him at Internazionale.
Raiola described United as a top club but stressed that while he knows where he would like his client to play, Ibrahimovic is only focused on Sweden.
"Manchester United are a glamorous team and they have a great coach," Raiola said. "They are fascinating.
"I have made my decision about the next destination, but he has not made his – he is really busy with the Euros.
"Out of respect for the Euros, the team, the country and the coach he has to be professional and concentrate on that."