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Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is also called Zlatanera, was born on 3 October 1981, in Malmo Sweden, to an unusual combination of a Bosnian Muslim father and Croatian Catholic mother. Zlatan is a world famous professional football player who is currently playing for the Paris Saint-Germain football club. .
So just how rich is Zlatan Ibrahimovic? Authoritative sources estimate that Zlatan’s current net worth is $150 million, accumulated from his outstanding performances on the football pitch. Ibrahimovic’s annual salary is now more than $35 million, so there is no doubt that he is considered to be one if the best, and highest-paid football players in the world.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Net Worth $140 Million
Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘s career as a football player started at a very young age – when he was only six years old boy, he received a pair of football boots from parents and started playing and training, playing in junior clubs – FBK Balkan and FC Rosengard. However, as a teenager Zlatan had many other interests as well, and didn’t actually think about associating his life with football, even planning to stop playing, but his then coach convinced him otherwise. As time has shown, his coach was right – because of the football career, Ibrahimovic’s net worth has increased extremely quickly.
As already mentioned, the first clubs Zlatan played with were junior clubs, but then he moved into the professional ranks. In 2001 Zlatan’s net worth was increased significantly when he was signed by Ajax Amsterdam, but after three years he was transferred to FC Juventus, and the next step in increasing his net worth was playing for Internazionale of Milan – where he played from year 2006 until 2009, before tranmsferring again, this time to play with Barcelona. Then in 2011 Ibrahimovic played with Milan, but Zlatanera’s most recent team is Paris Saint-Germain where he plays together with Zoumana Camara and Blaise Matuidi. Zlatan’s worth to any team is highlighted by him having scored over 250 goals in over 450 games, an average to ensure that his net worth continues to grow, as have the fees for his transfers.
Although eligible for both Bosnia-Herzogovina and Croatia, Zlatan Ibrahimovic opted to play for the country of his birth, and debuted for Sweden at Under 18 level in 1999, but has played in the full international team team since 2001, winning well over 100 ‘caps’ and scoring over 50 goals.
In December 2013, Ibrahimović was ranked bythe British Guardian newspaper as the third-best player in the world, and in December 2014, Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter named him the second-greatest Swedish sportsperson of all time, after Björn Borg.
Talking about personal life, Zlatan has been in a long-term relationship with Swedish actress and model Helene Seger, and the couple has two children and currently live in Paris, but also own a house in Malmo, Sweden. Ibrahimovic’s estimated net worth could only increase since it was announced that “Zlatan” is now also a trademark with exclusive rights to name clothing, shoes and also sporting goods, and that he is also under contract to Nike, showing himself to be something of a businessman too.
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|FIFA Ballon d'Or 2013||2014||TV Movie||Himself - FIFA Puskás Award|
|Gomorron||2002-2013||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Barcelona / Himself - Från Malmö / ...|
|FIFA Ballon d'Or 2012||2013||TV Movie||Himself|
|Me, Myself & Martin Laursen||2012||Documentary short||Himself|
|Euro 2012: The Score||2012||Documentary short||Himself|
|2012 UEFA European Football Championship||2012||TV Series||Himself - Sweden|
|FIFA Ballon d'Or 2011||2012||TV Movie||Himself|
|Quelli che... il calcio||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Go' aften Danmark||2009||TV Series||Himself - Från Parken|
|Cirkus Zlatan||2008||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|2008 UEFA European Football Championship||2008||TV Series||Himself - Sweden|
|VM-Krönikan 2006||2006||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|Fifa World Cup: Germany 2006||2006||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|Fc Z||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|Coachen||2005||TV Mini-Series||Himself (the muse)|
|2004 UEFA European Football Championship||2004||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|World Cup Korea/Japan||2002||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Sweden|
|Vägen tillbaka - Blådårar 2||2002||Documentary||Himself|
|50 años de||2010||TV Series||Himself|
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|1||Half-brother Sapko Ibrahimovic died of leukemia, aged 40 in 2014.|
|2||Set goal record with 50 goals in Swedish national team vs Estonia on 4 September 2014 in Stockholm. Beat the record from 1932.|
|3||Has his look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).|
|4||Champion with Paris Saint Germain in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Three victories is record in PSG's history.|
|5||Beat Gunnar Nordahls record with 225 goals in European League in March 2014.|
|6||Pictured on a set of five domestic-rate Swedish postage stamps issued in his honor 27 March 2014. Price of each stamp on day of issue was 6 kronor.|
|7||Is in Germany playing the 2006 FIFA World Cup. [June 2006]|
|8||Playing in the Euro Championshiop 2008 for Sweden [June 2008]|
|9||Brought over to Barcelona from Inter Milan in a trade deal for Samuel Eto'o. [July 2009]|
|10||First Swede to win Golden Foot in 2012 (International Football Award).|
|11||Made goal after 27 seconds in the match vs Kazakhstan on 10 September 2013. It was the fastest goal in the Swedish national team for a competitive match.|
|12||Became Swede of the year in the world in 2013.|
|13||Champion in Netherlands, Italy, Spain and France with Ajax, Inter, Milan, Barcelona and Paris SG. Two titles with Juventus were removed.|
|14||Voted as player of the year in the French league in 2013.|
|15||Shares the record with 30 goals in one season in French league with Jean-Pierre Papin (2013). Record in one season for Zlatan.|
|16||French champion in his first season with Paris Saint-Germain FC 2013.|
|17||First Swedish football player to score at the new National Stadium in Solna, outside Stockholm in November 2012. In a friendly match against England, he scored 4 goals in the match. Sweden won with 4-2.|
|18||In August 2012 he was bought to the french club Paris Saint-Germain FC.|
|19||Played for the Italian club Milan 2010-2012. Italian champion with Milan season 2010/2011.|
|20||He scored 17 goals in the Italian League and 5 goals in Champions League season 2007/2008.|
|21||Italian champions with Inter season 2007/2008.|
|22||Zlatan and Helena were expecting their second child in 2008. (Son, Vincent).|
|23||Previous clubs: FBK Balkan-1994, Malmö FF 1999-2001, AFC Ajax 2001-2004, Juventus 2004-2006, Inter 2006-2009, FC Barcelona 2009-2010, AC Milan 2010-2012 and Paris St Germain FC 2012.|
|24||Won the Italian League with his team Inter season 2006/2007 (he scored 15 goals).|
|25||Son, Maximilian Ibrahimovic born [22 September 2006] with girlfriend Helena Seger.|
|26||(September 10th 2006) The first game of the season with his new club, Inter, he scored one goal against Fiorentina (Fiorentina-Inter 2-3).|
|27||Was bought to the Italian club Inter after the big scandal with his former club, Juventus. [August 2006]|
|28||He scored 7 goals season 2005/2006 for his team Juventus Serie A.|
|29||Together with the actor Mikael Persbrandt 2005 they visited Sao Paulo Brazil for "the children's rights.".|
|30||Is of Bosnian and Croatian heritage.|
|31||He won the price Guldbollen (Gold ball) for best player of the year in 2005. Now has won Guldbollen 9 times. The only more than 2 times.|
|32||He is a good friend with actor Mikael Persbrandt.|
|33||He has played 36 games for Sweden and has scored 18 goals. [November 2005]|
|34||When he played for Ajax 2001 to 2004 he scored 38 goals.|
|35||During his years in Malmo FF he scored 16 goals.|
|36||September 7th he scored a goal in the last minute against Hungary in a world cup qualification game (Hungary-Sweden 0-1)|
|37||(September 27, 2007) He scored his first Champions League goal for Juventus against Rapid Wien (Juventus-Rapid Wien 3-0).|
|38||He scored a goal in the last minute against Hungary in a World Cup qualification game (Hungary-Sweden 0-1).|
|39||In September 2004, he scored 4 goals against Malta in Sweden's first World Cup qualification game (Malta-Sweden 0-7).|
|40||He has played World Cup 2002 and Euro 2004 for the Swedish team.|
|41||He scored 2 goals in Euro 2004 in Portugal. The first was against Bulgaria and the second one against Italy.|
|42||He scored 16 goals season 2004/2005.|
|43||Won his first season in the Italian Serie A league 2004/2005 with Juventus.|
|44||One of Zlatan's goals against NAC Breda on August 22th, 2004 was by Eurosport considered "Goal of The Year". Zlatan dribbled through several NAC defenders before putting the goal behind the keeper.|
|45||Was sold to Juventus from Ajax on August 31, 2004, for 19 million euros, making him by far the most expensive Swedish football player ever.|
|46||Swedish soccer star played for Dutch professional team, Ajax. Dutch champion with Ajax 2002 and 2004.|
|1||I'm not into gambling, I don't know the difference between Roulette and Black Jack.|
|2||Agents are just for selling bad players. The big clubs come straight to me.|
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