Zlatan Ibrahimovic Net Worth, Money and More

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Net Worth – $60 Million

Professional Footballer

Zlatan-Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the name itself is enough as he is one of the most feared strikers in the world of football. Arguably one of the best forwards at his age and most expensive as well. Currently plays for a french club PSG (Paris Saint Germain)  in league 1 but is known for his stints with AC Milan, Barcelona and Juventus. Known for scoring weird goals for difficult and tight positions and his such displays of masterclass is termed as “Ibrakadabra”. With a different playing style from the players he is compared to the Dutch Legend Marco Van Basten and is regarded as one of the best footballers of his generation. In December 2013, Ibrahimovic was ranked by The Guardian as the Third best footballer in the world after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

Early Life and Career

Ibrahimovic was born in Sweden to a Bosnian Father and a Croatian Catholic mother. Both his father and mother had migrated to Sweden and it there only where they first met. Seeing Zlatan’s passion for football he was given a pair of boots and began playing at the age of six alternating between local junior clubs Malmo BI and FBK Balkan.While in his early teens he was a regular for his hometown club side Malmo FF. Latre on he just kept moving forward switching clubs and gaining new heights. After Malmo FF he was signed by Ajax ( Dutch Club), then Inter Milan followed by Juventus, Barcelona, AC Milan and PSG. Even though he was eligible to plat for Bosnia and Croatia he chose to play for Sweden, his country of birth. ESPN has described Ibrahimovic as “a beast, good in air, strong, agile,plays well with his back to goal, boasts some best finishing, vision, passing and superior ball control. Although he has been criticized for his work rate but he has scored in some of the biggest matches and against strongest opponents.

 

Earnings

Ibrahimovic currently earns a salary close to 20 million dollars  annually at the french club PSG ( Paris Saint Germain).  According to reliable sources his earnings have been almost similar from 2010-2013 and hopped around 17-19 million dolalrs annually.

 

Net Worth

Malmo Mansion

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Ibrahimovic bought this house in his native city of Malmo for around 3 million euros. Reportedly it is on sale right now as he lives in Paris and cannot use this property much often.

 

Cars

Volvo C30 TS

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Volvo C30 is a sports hatchback and is three door-ed. It is being marketed as a premium hatchback or a sports copue specially designed for first time Volvo buyers and the youth market.

Porsche Cayenne Turbo

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Porsche Cayenne Turbo is a low range case powered by a twin turbo charged 4.5 L V8 engine which helps it attain a top speed of around 171 mph. It can reach from 0-60 mph in 5 seconds and has a six speed automatic Tiptronic transmission.

Ferrari Enzo

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Ferrari Enzo features an advanced composite bodywork and carbon fibre aluminium honecomb sandwich chasis. Equipped with a 6000 cc V12 engine which gets the car to a top speed of around 350 kmph.

Porsche Carrera GT

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A mid engined car that was manufactured by Porsche between 2004 and 2007 in Germany. Sports car International named the Carrera GT number one on its list of Top Sports Cars of 2005 and number eight on Top Sports Cars of all time.

Ferrari 360 Spider

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The Ferrari 360 Spider is Ferrari’s 20th road going convertible and a doube record breaker. Without doubt it is the best spider car ever produced in terms of looks, performance and engineering.

Audi S8 Quattro

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Introduced in the European market in 1996 and still reamains one of the top models in the high convention S class of Audi. Earlier it was available only in automatic transmissions.

Lamborghini Gallardo

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Its a sports car built by Lamborghini and is the most produced model to date with over 10,000 built in its first seven years of production. A beast on the roads just like Ibrahimovic who is a beast on field.

Mesarati Grand Tourismo

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This Masareti was introduced in March 2012 at the Geneva Motors Show. It has a revised 4.7 L engine producing 454 hp.

 

Relationships and Personal Life

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The name Zlatan was trademarked in May 2003 at the Swedish Patent and Registration Office for most likely be taken as Zlatan Ibrahimovic which meant he had exclusive rights to name certain products including sports goods, clothing, shoes, apparels etc. He has two siblings and three half siblings. His long time partner is Helena Seger with whom he has two children Maximilian and Vincent. He currently lives in Paris and keeps on visiting his summer home in Malmo regularly. Surpiringly he is fluent in five languages Swedish, Bosnian, English, Spanish and Italian.

 

Controversies

Ibrahimovic has been involved in way too many controversies through out his career and thus has managed to stay in the limelight if his on field form is bad. He has been involved in many violent incidents with his teammates and as result those videos went viral on the internet. In 2011 Ibrahimovic kicked teammate Antonio Cassano in the face while Cassano was speaking to the reporters. In March 2011 he received a three match ban for punching Bari defender Marco Rossi in the stomach during the game. Same year he received another three match ban for slapping Napoli player Salvatore Aronica. In December 2013. Zlatan caused a controversy in his homeland after he was quoted suggesting that the country’s female footballers must be rewarded with bicycles and not cars.

Quotes

““An injured Zlatan is a pretty serious thing for any team.””

““I have played many games this season and now I feel tired, almost worn out. Seeing that at Milan there are two injured strikers, the situation is not very easy for me. I have to thank the Sweden coach who allowed me to rest a little bit this week.””

““I like fireworks too, but I set them off in gardens or kebab stands. I never set fire to my own house.””

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