Zlatan Ibrahimovic net worth in 2023 Career & Relationship

Estimated value: €180 million
Age: 40
Born: 10/03/1981
Country of origin: Sweden
Source of Wealth: footballer
Last updated: 2021

Short introduction

Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Swedish soccer player of Bosnian-Croat origin, Los Angeles Galaxy Club MLS forward. Former captain of the Swedish national team. He is considered one of the most unpredictable and skillful strikers of his generation. According to The Guardian, Ibrahimovic ranked third among the best football players in the world in 2013. According to Swedish magazine Dagens Nyheter, Ibrahimovic was ranked second in the list of the state’s most gifted athletes of all time.

early life

Born in Malmö in the Rusengård region in the family of Yugoslav emigrants. His father Shefik Ibrahimovic is a Bosnian Muslim Slav from Tuzla and his mother Yurka Gravich is a Croatian from Zadar. They met and married in Sweden. At the age of eight, Zlatan began to play for the children’s team of the Balkan Club, in which only immigrants from the Balkan countries played. He was immediately accepted into an older age group.


He played for Malmö youth teams from the age of 12 and made his first-team debut in 1999. After spending two years at the club, he joined Dutch Ajax in the summer of 2001 for €7.8million. In Amsterdam, Zlatan won two league titles and one country’s cup for three years. In the summer of 2004 he moved to Italy’s Juventus for 16 million euros. In his first season he became champion of Italy. In the 2005/06 season he defended his title, but due to organizational problems both championships were cancelled, after which Ibrahimovic moved to Inter for 24.8 million euros. For three years, Scudetto won the championship three times in a row as part of the “black and blue”. Because of the conflict with the head coach of the “Blue Garnet” Josep Guardiola, Ibrahimovic moved to Milan on loan in the summer of 2010 and finally to Milan in 2011. In his first season after returning to Serie A, Zlatan became Italian champions again. Due to financial problems, Milan had to sell Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain in 2012, the transaction value was 60 million euros. As part of the Parisians, the Swede was French champion four times in a row. In the summer of 2016 he moved to England as a free agent for Manchester United. As part of the Red Devils, he became the winner of the Europa League, the owner of the Football League Cup trophy and the Super Bowl of England. In March 2018, Manchester United announced the termination of the player’s contract, after which Ibrahimovic moved to MLS.

In 2001 he made his debut for the Swedish national team. He played in four European Championships (2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016) and two World Cups (2002 and 2006). He is the top scorer in the history of the Swedish national team.

Career highlights

The Swede played a key role in the starting line-up at Euro 2004. He scored a penalty in the game against the Bulgarian national team, and a goal against Italy that essentially ensured the Swedes reached the quarter-finals. His goal became one of the most spectacular goals of the tournament. However, in the quarter-final match against the Dutch national team, Ibrahimovic missed the penalty shoot-out and sent the ball higher than the goal, preventing the Swedes from progressing. In the qualifiers of the European Championship 2016 he was the captain of the team. On September 8, 2014, Ibrahimovic played his 100th game for the Swedish national team, this happened in the match against the Austrian national team (1-1). In selection, the Swedish national team finished 3rd in Group G and advanced to off-play. On November 14, 2015, Ibrahimovic scored the winning goal in the first off-play game against Denmark national team (2–1). Three days later he scored a double in a second leg, qualifying the Swedish national team for the 2016 European Football Championship. In ten qualifying rounds he scored eleven goals and became the second goalscorer after Poland international Robert Lewandowski.

Married to Swedish actress and model Helene Seger (born 08/25/1970), who is 11 years older than Zlatan. The couple have two sons – Maximilian (born September 22, 2006) and Vincent (born March 6, 2008). In the fall of 2016, Zlatan sent his sons to the Red Devils Academy. Currently living in Paris, spending the summers at his summer house in Malmo. Ibrahimovic has a black belt in taekwondo; From childhood he studied at Malmö Taekwondo Club – “Unity”. Zlatan speaks five languages: Swedish, Bosnian, English, Spanish and Italian. In an interview with Eurosport, Ibrahimovic said his role model is Mohammed Ali: “Mohammed Ali is my role model, both in sport and outside…” Ibrahimovic is a professed Catholic.

Famous quotes

+ Whoever wants to stop me must kill me.
+ We are currently looking for a house. But if we don’t find anything, my God, then I’ll buy l.
+ When asked if he was human or should be worshiped: “Zlatan is only human too.

Estimated value: €180 million