Zlatan Ibrahimovic Net Worth $200 million
Zlatan Ibrahimovic salary $35,000,000
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a Swedish professional footballer and his current net worth is $200 million.
Born in Sweden to a Muslim Bosniak father and a Croatian Catholic mother, he started playing football at the age of six.
After receiving a pair of boots at the age of six he started alternating between local junior clubs Malmo BI and FBK Balkan.
Growing up, he became a regular for his hometown club Malmö FF. Although he loved football so much, at 15 he almost gave up his football career.
He favored working at the docks in Malmo in favor of the football, but his manager convinced him not to quit.
Growing up, little Ibrahimovic had Ronaldo as his idol.
His first contract came in 1996 with Malmo, and thanks to it, he moved up to the senior side for the 1999 season of Sweden’s top-flight league.
Malmo finished 13th in the league that season moving them to the second division just to return to the top flight the next season.
Arsène Wenger tried to convince him to join Arsenal, while the technical director of Ajax also expressed interest in him after watching him play, but without luck.
In July 2001, after a deal between Ajax and Malmo broke, he officially joined the team for €8.7 million.
Today, he plays as a forward for English club Manchester United. In the past, he became a member of the Sweden national team, making his senior international debut in 2001. He also served as its captain from 2010 until 2016 when he retired from international football.
He is a striker, a prolific goalscorer who is famous for his technique, creativity and strength.
In 2015 he became PSG’s all-time leading goalscorer after finishing his PSG career with 156 goals in 180 competitive matches.
He is also one of ten players who appeared more than 100 times for the Swedish national team. With 62 goals he is Sweden’s all-time leading goalscorer.
He received Guldbollen aka the Golden Ball, given to the Swedish player of the year, a record of 11 times.
Off the field, known for his brash persona and outspoken comments, he also referrers to himself on the third person.
He is the second most decorated active footballer in the world, as of 2017. He has so far, won 33 trophies in his entire career.