Zlatan Ibrahimović is a Swedish professional footballer, best known as a striker for Serie A club AC Milan and the Swedish national team. Ibrahimović scored over 570 goals in his career and has been described as one of the best strikers of all time.
Height- 1.95 m
Born- 3 October 1981
Birthplace- Malmö, Sweden
Profession-Footballer an Author
Current teams: A.C. Milan (#11 / Forward), Sweden national football team (Forward)
Zlatan Ibrahimović, father was a Muslim immigrant from Bosnia, while his mother was a Catholic Croatian immigrant. Ibrahimovic is a citizen of Sweden and a Libra by design. He had a rough upbringing and often had to steal to eat. He started football at the age of 6 and was close to graduating at the age of 15. However, the manager of his hometown club Malmö FF convinced him to continue playing. Ibrahimovic, who grew up with football as his refuge and passion, loved Ronaldo and had his pictures all over his room.
Swedish businesswoman and former model Helena Seger is mainly known as the life partner of Zlatan Ibrahimović. She has been Zlatan Ibrahimović’s partner for over 20 years, despite never marrying.
Seger and Ibrahimović first met in 2002 and have been dating ever since.
It was reported that the couple did not marry due to their similar “independent” personalities. – I think I like Zlatan because I am stand up to him. I also have an important background and built my career through many sacrifices, ” Helena said in the interview.
Zlatan Ibrahimović and Helena Seger have two children together, Maximilian and Vincent.
Ibrahimović began his career with Malmö FF in 1999 and two years later he signed for Ajax, where he established a reputation as one of the most promising strikers in Europe. He left two years later to sign for Juventus before joining domestic rivals Inter Milan in 2006, reportedly persuaded by Italian singer Elena Zagorsk Aja. At Inter Milan, he won three consecutive Serie A titles, and his popularity grew considerably. In the summer of 2009, he moved to Barcelona in one of the most expensive transfers in the world. After just one season, he returned to Italy, signing with rivals Inter Milan. With them, he won the Serie A championship in his debut season. In 2012, Ibrahimović joined Paris Saint-Germain, leading them to their first Ligue 1 title in 19 years and soon establishing himself as a leading figure in the dominance of French football. During his four seasons in France, he won four consecutive Ligue 1 titles, was Ligue 1’s top scorer for three seasons and became PSG’s all-time leading scorer during that time. In 2016, he joined Manchester United on a free transfer and won his first European honor in his debut season. Ibrahimović joined American side LA Galaxy in 2018 and returned to Milan in 2020, winning his fifth Serie A title in 2022.
Ibrahimović is one of eleven players to have made at least 100 appearances for Sweden in a 20-year international career. He is the country’s all-time leading scorer with 62 goals. He represented Sweden at the 2002 and 2006 World Cups and the 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016 UEFA European Championships. He has been awarded the Guldbollen (Golden Ball), recognized as Sweden’s player of the year, a record 12 times, including 10 times between 2007 and 2016. Ibrahimović’s 35-yard run goal for Sweden against England won the 2013- dated FIFA Puskás. Award and is often regarded as one of the greatest goals of all time.
Ibrahimović was named in the FIFA FIF Pro World XI in 2013 and in the UEFA Team of the Year in 2007, 2009, 2013 and 2014. In 2013, he finished fourth in the FIFA Ballon d’Or.In 2015, he was named by UEFA as one of the best players never to win the UEFA Champions League, while in 2019 Four Four Two magazine named him the best player never to win the competition. In December 2014, the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter rated him the second-greatest Swedish athlete of all time after tennis player Björn Borg, off the pitch, Ibrahimović is known for his cheeky personality and outspoken comments, as well as referring to himself in the third person.
Zlatan Ibrahimović’s illustrious career over the past two decades has seen him win major honors across Europe. However, he’s never gotten his hands on the coveted Ballon d’O.
- In 2019 Best MLS Player ESPY Award
- In 2016, 2015, 2014, … Guldbollen
- In 2014 FIFA, Puskás Award
- In 2012 Golden leg
- In 2007 Jerring Award
- In 2019, 2018 MLS Best XI
- In 2018 MLS Rookie of the Year Award
- In 2018 MLS Goal of the Year Award
- In 2011, 2009, 2008 Serie A Footballer of the Year
- In 2011, 2009, 2008… Serie A Foreign Soccer Player of the Year
Zlatan Ibrahimović trophies For Country
- 62 goals, 114 appearances.
- Sweden’s all-time leading goalscorer.
- World Cups: 2002, 2006.
- UEFA European Championships: 2004, 2008, 2012, 2016.
- 11x Guldbollen Award Winner (2005-2016)
- 2013 FIFA Puskás Award Winner.
- Debuted for Sweden National Team in January 2001.
Net Worth 2023
According to celebritynetworth.com, Ibrahimović’s net worth in 2023 around $190 million, which is around £156 million.
Ibrahimović FIFA 23 is 41 years old and has 5* skills and 4* weak foot and is Right footed. Ibrahimović’s price on the Xbox market is 1,760,000 coins (30 min ago), play station is 0 coins (Never ago) and pc is 1,835,000 coins (53 min ago).
On his 40th birthday, he bought himself a £400,000 Ferrari Sf90 Stradale.
Latest News About Zlatan Ibrahimović
AC Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimović has retired from football at the age of 41, ending one of the most brilliant careers of modern times.
“I’m saying goodbye to football, but not to you,” the Swede told the San Siro crowd after Sunday’s final game of the season.
Ibrahimović has already announced that he will leave the Italian club.
He scored 511 goals for Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, AC and Inter Milan, among others, and won league titles in four countries.
Ibrahimović began his second spell at AC Milan at the start of 2020, winning the Scudetto with them in 2011 and helping them to the title again last season. But he has made just four appearances and one start for the Serie A side this season – and scored once – after a series of injuries and was out of contract this month.
“There are too many emotions for me now. Forza Milan and goodbye,” Ibrahimović said emotionally, holding back tears.
“The first time I came here you gave me happiness, the second time you gave me love.
“You welcomed me with open arms, you made me feel at home, I will be from Milan for the rest of my life.”
The striker also retires as Sweden’s all-time top scorer with 62 international goals in 122 matches.
He quit the national side after Euro 2016 but returned in 2021 for their unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign.