Zlatan Ibrahimović Net Worth 2021: Income, Endorsements, Cars, Wages, Property, Affairs, Family

Zlatan admitted that he idolized legendary Brazilian striker Ronaldo Nazario while growing up. He also had a heavy influence on Argentine striker Gabriel Batistuta as he was a huge fan of Italian football in childhood.
Zlatan Ibrahimović Net Worth

Zlatan Ibrahimović is one greatest strikers this football generation ever witnessed. The 39-year-old Swedish striker is still regarded as an elite footballer playing top football in Europe. He proved himself as the face of football of all generations from the last two decades. From the start of his football career, he is upgrading his game season by season and still not stopping. Zlatan’s name comes on the tongue of every football whenever we heard saying “Age is just a number”. Just like his club Milan’s colors, he is aging like a fine red wine.

Zlatan Ibrahimović Personal details:

Full NameZlatan Šefik Ibrahimović
Date of Birth3 October, 1981
Age39
BirthplaceMalmö, Sweden
PositionStriker
Height in inches6 ft 5 in
Height in meters1.95 m
Weight in kg85kg
Weight in pounds187lbs

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s salary, net worth and market value?

Total 2021 earnings$18 million
Salary$8 million
Endorsement$10 million

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s estimated net worth is a whopping $230 million. And current transfer market values the 39-year-old amount of around $4 million

Transfer market value over the years:

YearClubValueAge
2005Juventus€25 million23
2008Inter Milan€42 million26
2010Barcelona€46 million28
2012AC Milan€37 million30
2014Paris Saint-Germain€28 million32
2016Manchester United€12 million34
2018LA Galaxy€5 million36
2021AC Milan€4 million39

Zlatan Ibrahimović wages from AC Milan?

Zlatan Ibrahimović has AC Milan contract until the summer of 2022. He arrived at Milan with a six-month contract in January 2020 which was annually renewed twice. He receives £146k weekly and annually £8 million wages from I Rossoneri.

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s wages breakdown in rupees:

Per Year₹61 crores
Per Month₹5.1 crores
Per Day₹17 lakhs
Per Hour₹71,000
Per Minute₹1,176

Zlatan Ibrahimović endorsements/brands?

BrandType
NikeSportswear
VolvoAutomobile manufacturer
SamsungTechnology
Electronic ArtsGaming
BethardGambling app
Mind the GumChewing gum

Zlatan Ibrahimović Luxurious lifestyle

Luxurious house owned by Zlatan Ibrahimović:

TypeLocationWorth
MansionCheshire, England$5 million
TownhouseÖstermalm, Sweden$12.5 million
Holiday houseSki resort Åre$250k
Beach houseResaro island$1.5 million

Zlatan Ibrahimović Luxurious cars owned:

Car NameWorth in dollarsWorth in rupeesColour
Porsche 918 Spyder$800k₹6 croresBlack
Ferrari Monza SP2$1.7 million₹13 croresBlack
Ferrari LeFerrari$1.4 million₹10 croresYellow
Ferrari Enzo Ferrari$2 million₹15 croresRed
Ferrari 448 Pista$330k₹2.5 croresSilver
Volvo ZC70$40k₹30 lakhsBrown
Maserati GranTurismo$130k₹97 lakhsBlack
Lamborghini Urus SUV$222k₹1.6 croresSilver
Porche 911 Targa 4S$395k₹2.9 croresBlack

Zlatan Ibrahimović ownerships:

Zlatan spends vacations with his family and friends on his $9 million worthed Yacht. The lavish Riva 100 Corsaro has a dining area, cocktail bar, and a club. He often invites his teammates to celebrate their victories there.

Zlatan wears a deluxe Rolex Daytona watch which cost him around $12400.

Ibrahimovic also has a private jet named Cessna Citation Longitude that cost him nearly $26 million. The jet has 12 leather seats to carry and a speed range of 881 km per hour.

Zlatan holds 23.5% of the shares in Swedish top division football club Hammarby IF. He purchased the Stockholm-based club’s share from Anschutz Entertainment Group back in 2019.

Zlatan Ibrahimović Colorful and decorated football career:

Zlatan created a buzz in Sweden’s top division football when he broke into the senior side of Malmö FF as an academy graduate. AFC Ajax scouted him from Sweden to present him in top European football as the next-gen star through their system. And he did exactly what was expected thus earned a move to Italian football which was his childhood dream. But after two years, Juventus were relegated to the second division due to the Calciopoli Scandal and Zlatan refused the club’s request to stay.

Zlatan’s next destination was Inter Milan who he supported a lot during his childhood days. His Juventus achievements were revoked because of scandal still he went on to conquer Italy again but with Inter. He joined his teammate Maxwell in the journey from Inter to Barcelona in the summer transfer window of 2009.

Barcelona paid €46 million extra in the swap deal of Zlatan with Samuel Eto’o whom he replaced as number 9 in the squad. But his Barcelona stint was full of controversies where he had a huge spat with manager Pep Guardiola after Champions League exit. Barca board favored Pep in that altercation and immediately sent Zlatan for a loan spell to AC Milan.

Milan eventually activated his permanent purchase clause of €24 million at the end of the loan spell. Zlatan was PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s first big signing with the aim of domination. He went on to conquer Frech Football over the next four years to justify his hype created by the Paris club. He left Paris to join Manchester United at the Wheels after bagging thirteen French trophies in four years.

Ibra’s arrival at Manchester United was thumping as he won three trophies with The Red Devils in his debut season. Then he extended his stay for a further year but terminated his contract in March itself to join Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy.

Zlatan continued his fierce brand of football in America and was featured in MLS All-Star teams of both seasons he played. He announced a super-return to European football by joining his former club AC Milan in the first week of 2020. He will be crossing 40 age in few days but still holds the goalscoring responsibilities of a top division Italian football club.

Zlatan Ibrahimović Representing Blågults:

Zlatan made two substitute appearances in the 2002 FIFA World Cup squad of Sweden where they were expelled from the quarterfinals. He faced his first international heartbreak when he missed a decisive penalty in the shootout against the Netherlands at the 2004 Euro quarterfinals.

He was named captain of the Swedish side for the 2012 Euro competition where he gave his career-best International performance. Zlatan had a man-of-the-match performance in a victory over France in the last group match and was also got featured in Team of the Tournament. He made a return to international football in 2021 after a gap of six years but was forced to rule out from Euro 2020 due to a knee injury.

Zlatan Ibrahimović Career statistics:

TeamsYearsAppearancesGoalsAssistsMinutesTrophies
Malmö FF1999-0140160
AFC Ajax2001-0411048167,2034
Juventus2004-069226166,8670 (revoked)
Inter Milan2006-0911766309,7125
Barcelona2009-114622133,3345
AC Milan2010-12 2020-present132843210,6122
Paris Saint-Germain2012-161801566115,06013
Manchester United2016-185329104,0343
LA Galaxy2018-195853154,9330
Sweden2001-present11862198,7460

Zlatan Ibrahimović Trophies-

Ajax: 2× Eredivisie, 1× KNVB Cup, 1× Johan Cruyff Shield

Inter Milan: 3× Serie A, 2× Italian Super Cup

Barcelona: 1× FIFA Club World Cup, 1× UEFA Super Cup, 2× La Liga 1× Supercopa de España

AC Milan: 1× Serie A, 1× Italian Super Cup

Paris Saint-Germain: 4× Ligue1, 2× Coupe de France, 3× Coupe de la Ligue, 4× Trophee des Champions

Manchester United: 1× UEFA Europa League, 1× EFL Cup, 1× Carabao Cup

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s Family

Zlatan was born to a Bosniak-Swedish father Šefik Ibrahimović and a Croat-Swedish mother Jurka Gravić in Malmö. They were divorced when Zlatan was a child hence his childhood was split between their residence. He has a sister named Sanela and four half-siblings. He has two kids, Maximiliano (born in 2006) and Vincent (born in 2008) from his wife Helena Seger.

Zlatan Ibrahimović Social Media appearence:

PlatformFollowers Profile Link
Instagram44.4 million96th worldwide highest followed account, 18th highest followed football-related account, 12th highest followed footballer accountClick Here
Facebook34.1 million8th highest followed footballer accountClick Here
Twitter18.6 million7th highest followed footballer accountClick Here

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s girlfriends?

Zlatan Ibrahimović married his longtime girlfriend Helena Seger and also has two kids with her. They began dating in 2002 and are together ever since then.

NameDurationNationalityOccupationStatus
Maria Olhage2000-2001SwedishStudentSeparated after engagement
Erika Johnson2001-2002SwedishModelSeparated
Helena Seger2002-SwedishModelMarried

Zlatan Ibrahimović tattoos and their meanings?

Body partTattoo
Back of right arm‘Ibrahimović’ in Arabic
Right armNames of his sons Maximiliano and Vincent
Lower back“Five Deva Faces Yantra”, a Buddhist common
Upper right arm“Yant Prajao Khao Nirote”, a Buddhist emblem
Ribcage“Only god can judge me”, a phrase
Right ribcageAce of hearts and clubs
BackRoaring lion

Zlatan Ibrahimović Controversies

Zlatan Ibrahimović is a guy who always enjoys attention. His aggressive style and dominating nature often him in a not-so-good position. He indulges in a lot of fights and spats due to this hence rec receives disciplinary punishments. Here’s the list of some of the drawn controversies by him with teammates and opponents:

YearNameRoleAltercations
2002UnknownMalmö FF Junior teammateHeadbutted by Zlatan
2004Rafael van der VaartAjax teammateAccused Zlatan for deliberately injuring
2004MildoAjax teammatePunched by Zlatan
2009UnknownFemale reporterSexual taunts by Zlatan
2010Pep GuardiolaBarcelona managerThreatened and insulted in the dressing room by Zlatan
2010Oguchi OnyewuAC Milan teammateFist-fight
2011Marco RossiBari opponentPunched in the stomach by Zlatan
2011Antonio CassanoAC Milan teammateKicked in the head by Zlatan during an interview
2011Rodney StrasserAC Milan teammateKicked by Zlatan during an interview
2012Salvatore AronicaNapoli opponentSlapped by Zlatan
2012Stephane RuffierSaint-Étienne opponentKicked in the chest by Zlatan
2012Dejan LovernLyon opponentDeliberately stamped on the head by Zlatan
2012Fróði BenjaminsenFaroe Islands opponentAccused Zlatan for foul play and insults
2013Andreas GuardadoValencia opponentDeliberately stamped on the head by Zlatan
2013Lucas MouraPSG teammateInsulted by Zlatan
2015Hubert FournierLyon coachAccused Zlatan for abusing officials
2015Christian WilhelmssonPSG teammateKicked in the head by Zlatan
2018Michael PetrassoMontreal Impact opponentSlapped in the head by Zlatan
2019Nedum OnuohaSalt Lake City opponentAccused Zlatan for foul play and injury threats
2019Sean JohnsonNew York City opponentGrabbed by the neck by Zlatan
2019Zak AbdelLA FC goalkeeping coachAltercation after LAFC player elbowed by Zlatan
2021Romelu LukakuInter Milan opponentInsulted by Zlatan
2021LeBron JamesBasketball playerAccused Zlatan for misusing his status for political activism
2021UEFAcontinental governing bodyFined Zlatan €50k for breaking disciplinary regulations

Zlatan’s video was recorded where he ranted on match officials saying “In 15 years I’ve never seen a [good] referee in this shit country, [they] don’t even deserve PSG.” He received a four-match ban by Ligue 1 after this incident.

Zlatan bought 23.5% shares of Hammarby IF in 2019, who are rivals of his boyhood club Malmö FF. He received a huge backlash from Malmö who considered it a betrayal and vandalized his bronze statue. Zlatan Ibrahimović was named ‘most arrogant footballer in the world alongside Cristiano Ronaldo by L’Équipe in 2015.

Interesting facts about Zlatan Ibrahimović:

  • Zlatan Ibrahimović once gave all his PSG teammates a brand new Xbox One in 2013.
  • Football clubs have spent £150 Million on transfer fees of Zlatan Ibrahimović throughout his career.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimović scored goals on his debut game in Italian, Spanish, and French leagues. He also won league titles in his debut seasons in those countries.
  • There is a special verb in the Swedish Dictionary named after Zlatan Ibrahimović. ‘To Zlatan’ term means to dominate or do something with extreme talent and ability in Swedish Dictionary.
  • A special burger in Daddy’s Café was named after Zlatan Ibrahimović. Daddy’s Café was located in the suburb of Boulogne-Billancourt had a special “Le Zlatan” burger containing 600 grams of beef, a topping of bacon, cheddar, Auvergne blue, Emmental, and onions.
  • Zlatan used to practice on an old gravel pitch which was located outside his mother’s house. He partnered with Nike to renovate the ground and renamed it “Zlatan’s court”.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimović won Guldbollen Award for the Swedish Footballer of the Year record 12-times. He won that award 10-times consecutively between 2007 to 2016. While Freddie Ljungberg was the only footballer other than him to win that award between 2005 to 2016.
  • Zlatan Ibrahimović was eligible to represent Bosnia and Croatia as well through his family background. But the striker opted for his motherland on the international stage.
  • Zlatan once scored eight goals as a second-half substitute at the age of 10. He was substituted in on the trailing scoreline of 5-0 and left the pitch with an 8-5 winning scoreline for his boyhood club FBK Balkan.

FAQs about Zlatan Ibrahimović

Who is the best friend of Zlatan Ibrahimović?

Zlatan Ibrahimović has played alongside Brazilian midfielder Maxwell at four different clubs. Their friendship began during their Ajax stint and went on to play together in Inter Milan, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain. Maxwell retired after Paris Saint-Germain stint but Zlatan still thriving his way.

Who is Zlatan Ibrahimović’s idol?

Zlatan admitted that he idolized legendary Brazilian striker Ronaldo Nazario while growing up. He also had a heavy influence on Argentine striker Gabriel Batistuta as he was a huge fan of Italian football in childhood.

Which was the best goal scored by Zlatan Ibrahimović?

Zlatan Ibrahimović scored an overhead kick from 35 yards of distance from goal in a 4-2 friendly victory against England. This iconic and peak acrobat goal won him the 2013 FIFA Puskás Award defeating Nemanja Matic and Neymar Junior.

Which was the best goal scored by Zlatan Ibrahimović?

Zlatan Ibrahimović scored an overhead kick from 35 yards of distance from goal in a 4-2 friendly victory against England. This iconic and peak acrobat goal won him the 2013 FIFA Puskás Award defeating Nemanja Matic and Neymar Junior.

Is Zlatan Ibrahimović a superstitious person?

Zlatan has revealed that he always avoids sex before matches to stay fully fit and fresh for the games. He never cuts his ponytail as he believes his shiny tail gives him the edge on the pitch. He was very poor while growing up and their fridge was always empty. So now he always makes sure that the fridge is always full.

What are Zlatan Ibrahimović’s religious beliefs?

Zlatan’s father was Christian and his mother had a Muslim background. He describes himself as deeply faithful Catholic but admits it very often.

Zlatan Ibrahimović participated in any charities?

Zlatan once paid more than £30,000 instead of a signed t-shirt to the difficulties team of Sweden to play in the INAS World Football Championship. He also started his fundraiser with the aim of raising €1 million to fund the purchase of emergency medical supplies in Italy. And he also donated €100,000 to promote the efforts up.

Zlatan Ibrahimović played any sport outside football?

Zlatan Ibrahimović is a double black belt in Taekwondo a martial art form. It was his first love even before football.

How many languages Zlatan Ibrahimović can speak?

Swedish, Bosnian, English, Spanish, and Italian.

Jasvinder Singh
I am Jasvinder Singh, a content specialist editor at Kheltalk, who is a sports enthusiast. I try to cover every cricket game being played on the planet. For me, sports is not limited to just writing but also playing it on the field as well.
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