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Zlatan Ibrahimović
Zlatan Ibrahimović June 2018.jpg
Ibrahimović in 2018
Informazione personale
Nome e cognome Zlatan Ibrahimović
Data di nascita (1981-10-03) 3 ottobre 1981 (età 41)
Luogo di nascita Malmö, Svezia
Altezza 1.95 m (6 piedi 5 pollici)
Posizione/i Attaccante
Informazioni sulla squadra
Squadra attuale
AC Milan
Numero 11
Carriera giovanile
1989-1991 Malmo BI
1991-1995 FBK Balcani
1995-1999 Malmö FF
Carriera senior *
Anni Team Apps (Gols)
1999-2001 Malmö FF 40 (16)
2001-2004 Ajax 74 (35)
2004-2006 Juventus 70 (23)
2006-2009 Inter Milan 88 (57)
2009-2011 Barcelona 29 (16)
2010-2011AC Milan (prestito) 29 (14)
2011-2012 AC Milan 32 (28)
2012-2016 Paris Saint-Germain 122 (113)
2016-2018 Manchester United 33 (17)
2018-2019 LA Galaxy 56 (52)
2020- AC Milan 64 (34)
Carriera internazionale
1999 Svezia U18 4 (1)
2001 Svezia U21 7 (6)
2001- Svezia 122 (62)
* Presenze e gol del club nei campionati nazionali, aggiornati alle 23:15 del 18 marzo 2023 (UTC)
‡ Presenze e gol della nazionale, aggiornati alle 23:57 del 24 marzo 2023 (UTC)

Zlatan Ibrahimović (Pronuncia svedese: , Pronuncia bosniaca: ; nato il 3 ottobre 1981) è un professionista svedese calciatore chi gioca come a attaccante per Serie A club AC Milan e la Svezia squadra nazionale. Ibrahimović is renowned for his acrobatic strikes and raffiche, powerful long-range shots, and excellent technique and ball control. He is regarded as one of the greatest strikers of all time and is one of the most decorated active footballers in the world, having won 34 trophies in his career. He has scored over 570 gol in carriera, including more than 500 club goals, and has scored in each of the last four decades.

Ibrahimović began his career at Malmö FF in 1999, and signed for Ajax two years later, where he gained a reputation as one of the most promising forwards in Europe. He departed two years later to sign for Juventus before joining domestic rivals Inter Milan in 2006, where he won three consecutive Serie A titles. In the summer of 2009, he moved to Barcelona in uno dei the world's most expensive transfers. After just one season, he returned to Italy having signed for Inter's rivale Milan. With them, he won the Serie A title in his stagione d'esordio. In 2012, Ibrahimović joined Paris Saint-Germain, leading them to their first L title in 19 years and soon establishing himself as a leading figure in their dominance of French football. During his four-season stay in France, he won four consecutive L titles, was the top scorer in Ligue 1 for three seasons and became PSG's capocannoniere di tutti i tempi at the time. In 2016, he joined Manchester United su una trasferimento gratuito e ha vinto il suo primo europeo honour in his debut season. Ibrahimović joined American club LA Galaxy in 2018 and rejoined Milan in 2020, winning his fifth Serie A titolo nel 2022.

Ibrahimović is one of eleven players to have made 100 o più apparizioni per l' Nazionale svedese, over a 20-year international career. He is the country's capocannoniere di tutti i tempi con Obiettivi 62. He represented Sweden at the 2002 e 2006 Mondiali FIFA, Nonché 2004, 2008, 2012e 2016 Campionati Europei UEFA. He has been awarded Gudbollen (il Pallone d'Oro), given to the Swedish player of the year, a record 12 times, including 10 consecutive times from 2007 to 2016. Ibrahimović's 35-yard rovesciata goal for Sweden against England ha vinto il 2013 Premio FIFA Puskas, and is often considered one of the best goals of all time.

Ibrahimović was named in the FIFA FIFPro World XI in 2013 e la Squadra dell'anno UEFA in 2007, 2009, 2013 e 2014. He finished at a peak of fourth for the FIFA Ballon d'Or in 2013. Nel 2015, UEFA included him as one of the best players that have not won the UEFA Champions League, mentre nel 2019, FourFourTwo magazine named him the third-greatest player never to win the competition. In December 2014, Swedish newspaper Le notizie di oggi ranked him the second-greatest Swedish sportsperson ever, after tennis giocatore Björn Borg. Off the field, Ibrahimović is known for his brash persona and outspoken comments, in addition to referring to himself in the third person.

vita in anticipo

"I put up photos of Ronaldo in my room. Ronaldo was the man. He was what I wanted to be, a guy who made a difference. Ronaldo was my hero and I studied him online and tried to take in his movements, and I thought I was getting to be an awesome player."

— From his autobiography, Sono Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Ibrahimović was born in Malmö, Sweden, on 3 October 1981. È nato per a Musulmano bosniaco father, Šefik Ibrahimović, who emigrated to Sweden in 1977, e Cattolico Croato mother, Jurka Gravić, who also emigrated to Sweden where the couple first met. Ibrahimović identifies with his mother's faith and considers himself a devout cristiano cattolico. He began playing football at the age of six, after receiving a pair of football boots. He alternated between FBK Balcani, a Malmö club founded by Yugoslav immigrants, Malmo BI and briefly BK Flagg football clubs.

As a child, his mother sometimes hit him on the head with a wooden spoon, which would often break. After she was arrested for handling stolen goods, social services intervened. Concerned with his divorced mother's ability to cope with five children, one of whom, Ibrahimović's half-sister, had a drug problem, at age nine he was sent to live with his father. With food scarce at his father's home where the fridge was packed with beer, Ibrahimović often went hungry so he would run to his mother's for dinner. He also shoplifted and stole bikes. On the tough upbringing that shaped his character, author David lagercrantz, che ha co-scritto Io sono Zlatan, stati:

Complex is the best word to describe Zlatan. On the one hand he's a strong, warrior type who knew he had to be very tough to survive. So he takes on fights all the time because he's always had to. But another part of him is vulnerable. He's a guy wounded by his upbringing, who uses all that to create strength for himself. In his position, 99 guys out of 100 would have gone under, but he used his anger to make himself better. He told me, ‘David, I need to be angry to play well’. When he played with middle-class kids he felt inferior because he wore the wrong clothes and had no money, so he said to himself ‘One day I'll show them!’ That became his motivation.

While in his early teens, Ibrahimović was a regular for his hometown club Malmö FF. At the age of 15, he was close to quitting his football career, in favour of working at the banchine in Malmö, but his manager convinced him to continue playing. As a boy, his hero was Brazilian forward Ronaldo. An avid viewer of Calcio italiano, another player he admired was prolific attaccante Gabriel Batistuta – a player with similar characteristics to himself.

Carriera nel club

Malmö FF

"Arsène Wenger asked me to have a trial with Arsenal when I was 17. I turned it down. Zlatan doesn't do auditions."

— Ibrahimović on turning down Arsenal

Ibrahimović signed his first contract with Malmö in 1996, and moved up to the senior side for the 1999 season of allsvenskan, Sweden's top-flight league. That season, Malmö finished 13th in the league and were relegated to the second division, but returned to the top flight the next season. Arsène Wenger unsuccessfully tried to persuade Ibrahimović to join Arsenal mentre la lavorazione del prodotto finito avviene negli stabilimenti del nostro partner Leo Beenhacker (the technical director of Ajax) also expressed interest in the player after watching him in a friendly against Norwegian side Muschio FK. On 22 March 2001, a deal between Ajax and Malmö regarding Ibrahimović's transfer to Amsterdam was announced, and in July, Ibrahimović officially joined Ajax for 80 million Corona svedese (8.7 milioni di euro).


Ibrahimović received little playing time under manager Co Adriano, but when Adriaanse was sacked on 29 November 2001, new coach Ronald Koeman inserted Ibrahimović into the starting lineup as Ajax won the 2001–02 Eredivisie title. The next season, Ibrahimović scored twice in a 2–1 victory over French champions Lione nel suo Champions League debut on 17 September 2002. He scored five Champions League goals overall as Ajax fell to Milan in the quarter-finals.

Ibrahimović's profile rose when he scored an individual goal against NAC Breda on 22 August 2004 – a slaloming run past five opposition players which the commentator compared with Diego Maradona e Zinedine Zidane – that was eventually voted the Goal of the Year by Eurosport spettatori. On 18 August 2004, during an international match against the Olanda, Ibrahimović injured Ajax teammate Rafael van der Vaart, who later accused Ibrahimović of hurting him intentionally.


Ibrahimović moved from Ajax to Juventus for €16 million. He was promptly inserted into the starting eleven due in part to top scorer David Trezeguet's ferita problems, and scored 16 goals. The club finished top of the Serie A, E nel Champions League they reached the quarter-finals before being knocked out by eventual champions Liverpool. Near the end of the season, Juventus reportedly rejected a €70 million bid for him from Real Madrid, which was later revealed to be a acrobazia pubblicitaria initiated by Ibrahimović's agente, Mino Raiola, in order to increase his market value. At the end of his first season in Italy Ibrahimović was named Calciatore straniero dell'anno di Serie A, and in November 2005, he was awarded the Gudbollen, a prize awarded to the best Swedish footballer of the year.

The following season was poor compared to his first season; his role in Juventus' attack changed, as he became less of a goalscorer and moved more to the sidelines, taking much part in the build-up play, especially as a target player, and his assistere numbers increased. In the 2005–06 season, Juventus fans often got frustrated with him due to his anonymous presence in certain important games such as the Champions League defeat to Arsenal. Juventus were stripped of their last two scudetti as part of the verdict from the Calciopoli scandalo, e sono stati relegati a Serie B. The new staff tried to persuade Ibrahimović and other top players to stay with Juventus, but the player and his agent were adamant to move on, with Raiola threatening legal action in order to extricate Ibrahimović from his contract.

Inter Milan

Ibrahimović playing for Inter Milan in 2007

On 10 August 2006, Ibrahimović completed a €24.8 million move to Inter Milan, signing a four-year-deal. Ibrahimović said that he had supported Inter when he was young.

Ibrahimović made his debut for Inter on 26 August 2006 against Roma nel Supercoppa Italiana 2006, playing the full 90 minutes as Inter won after tempo extra. Ha segnato nel suo Serie A debutto contro Fiorentina on 9 September as Inter commenced the league with a 3–2 win at Stadio Artemio Franchi. Three days later, in his first Champions League appearance for Inter, Ibrahimović was not able to avoid the 1–0 away defeat to Sporting CP as Inter began their European campaign in the wrong way. Later, on 28 October, in his first "Derby della Madonnina" match against cross-town rivals Milan, Ibrahimović scored the third Inter goal of the match and also his third league goal of the season in a 4–3 thriller win. In his first season at the club, Ibrahimović top scored for Inter in Serie A with 15 goals, as the team won the Scudetto con una record Punti 97.

Ibrahimović played his 100th Serie A match on 16 September 2007 at the San Siro contro Catania, where he appeared as a second-half substitute for Hernán Crespo in un'eventuale vittoria per 2-0. In 2007, he signed a new contract until June 2013; it was reported that this contract had made him the world's highest paid footballer. On 18 May 2008, Ibrahimović scored both goals in a 2–0 defeat of Parma nell'ultimo giorno della Serie A 2007-08 season to give Inter a second consecutive Scudetto. Overall, he scored 17 goals in 26 league matches, and was named both Calciatore dell'anno di Serie A e Calciatore straniero dell'anno di Serie A.

Ibrahimović and Mario Balotelli giocare contro Palermo in 2009

Ibrahimović started his third Inter season by winning the Supercoppa italiana against Roma. After the regular and extra time had finished in a draw, the match went to a calcio di rigore where he successfully converted his penalty attempt. He scored his team's only goal in the Serie A 2008-09 partita di apertura contro Sampdoria, che si è conclusa con un pareggio per 1–1. On 4 October, during the match against Bologna at home which Inter won 2–1, Ibrahimović scored a sensational goal, stunning Francesco Antonioli with an irresistible backheeled shot from Adriano's left-wing cross. The goal was later voted Goal of the Year in Serie A. On 19 October 2008, Ibrahimović continued with his solid performances by scoring twice in an impressive 4–0 win at Roma, taking his tally up to five league goals. He then scored another double in the Matchday 12 win against Palermo to help Inter take the lead in the Serie A table by one point. In the next fixture, Ibrahimović provided the assist on the only goal in the Derby d'Italia match against Juventus at home, helping Inter to extend their league lead.

Ibrahimović ended the 2008–09 Serie A season as the league's capocannoniere con 25 gol, helping Inter to another league title. He was also named both Footballer of the Year and Foreign Footballer of the Year for the second consecutive season.


Stagione 2009-10

"I was probably with the best team in history. Their football was beautiful. When I prepared for a game, I knew I had won even before we started. I looked at the players around me and saw Messi e Iniesta e Xavi e Puyol e puntiglio e Dani Alves e Busquets. Unbelievable! It was football from another planet and I loved it. It was technically perfect."

"Zlatan Ibrahimović, the Guardian". TheGuardian.com. 6 ottobre 2014. Interview, 6 October 2014

After Inter teammate Maxwell completato il suo trasferimento a Barcelona, Barça president Joan Laporta confirmed that there was an agreement in principle between Barcelona and Inter for Ibrahimović to join the club in exchange for striker Samuel Eto'o, plus a reported fee of £59 million. Ibrahimović left Inter during their United States summer tour in the Sfida mondiale di calcio on 23 July 2009 for negotiations with Barcelona, with his last match for Inter being against Chelsea. After Inter agreed terms with Eto'o and Barcelona with Ibrahimović, Barcelona announced Ibrahimović would arrive on 26 July 2009 and undergo a medical test on 27 July 2009.

Ibrahimović playing for Barcelona in a match against Sporting Gijón in 2009

Ibrahimović passed his medical and was presented to a crowd of over 60,000 at Camp Nou. He signed a five-year contract, per 46 milioni di euro and the exchange of Eto'o (valued at €20 million) and prestito of Alexander Hleb (with an option to purchase for a €10 million fee), with a €250 million release clause, making Ibrahimović worth €66 million. The Hleb deal, however, collapsed. Eventually, Ibrahimović cost Barcelona €69.884 million, which included other fees.: 173  As per the Inter book, the fee was €69.5 million, but part of the Inter fee (max 5% according to FIFA regulation) were deducted and distributed by Barcelona to youth and young professional clubs of Ibrahimović: Malmö FF e AFC Ajax as contributo di solidarietà.

Ibrahimović preparing to strike a free kick for Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League con Xavi (A destra)

Ibrahimović started the Stagione 2009-10 with his competitive debut for Barcelona on 23 August 2009 by assisting a Lionel Messi goal, leading them to the Supercopa della Spagna, battendo Athletic Bilbao 5–1 on aggregate. In his next competitive match, Barcelona won the Supercoppa UEFA 2009 con una vittoria per 1-0 Shakhtar Donetsk. In his third appearance, he scored his first goal in Barcelona's La Lega apertura di stagione contro Sporting Gijón in a 3–0 win. Ibrahimović scored in his next four games, thus setting a team record as the only player ever to score in his first five league matches.

Il 20 ottobre ha segnato il suo primo Champions League goal for Barcelona in a fase a gironi partita contro Rubin Kazan. Five days later, he scored twice in a 6–1 thrashing of real Zaragoza, giving him a league-leading seven goals in seven league matches while sending Barcelona to the top of the table. On 7 November, however, he suffered a thigh injury that kept him out for three weeks. He returned to action in week 12 of the season against Real Madrid as a second-half sostituirlo per Thierry Henry, and scored his eighth goal of the campaign. He finished with 11 goals and 4 assists in Barcelona's first 15 league matches. Barcelona capped off 2009 by winning the Coppa del mondo per club FIFA 2009 contro Studenti il 19 dicembre 2009.

Ibrahimović signing autographs for fans in 2010

Ibrahimović scored Barcelona's only goal in the Coppa del Re 2009-10 first leg match of the round of 16 in a 2–1 loss to Sevilla on 5 January 2010. On 20 January, he was selected in the Squadra dell'anno UEFA 2009. His first goal of 2010 came on 14 February against Atletico Madrid. In his next appearance, Ibrahimović scored against Stoccarda nel prima tappa of their UEFA Champions League knockout stage fixture. He was espulso on 6 March in a league match against Almería, which Barcelona appealed to no avail, and he was suspended for one game. A ceppo di vitello durante riscaldamenti before the next La Liga match following his return from suspension against Athletic Bilbao ruled Ibrahimović out of the seconda tappa 4–1 victory over Arsenal, in which he scored two goals away from home, the return leg of El Clásico against Madrid (which Barcelona won 2–0), and the next league match against Sport di La Coruña. He made his return as a substitute in the 82nd minute in a 0–0 away draw against Espanyol il 17 aprile.

"You bought a Ferrari, but you drive it like a Fiat."

— Ibrahimović disparages Guardiola on how he was used at Barcelona.

Following Barcelona's semi-final defeat to Inter Milan in the Champions League, Ibrahimović spoke of how he confronted his coach Pep Guardiola in the changing room. "I yelled: 'You haven't got any balls!' and worse than that I added: 'You can go to hell!' I completely lost it, and you might have expected Guardiola to say a few words in response, but he's a spineless coward. He just left, never to mention it again, not a word." He scored his final goal for Barcelona in the 2010 Supercopa de España on 14 August in a 3–1 defeat against Sevilla, and on 25 August, he played his last match for the club against Milan for the Trofeo Joan Gamper, after which he claimed to the media that his relationship with Guardiola had started deteriorating and that Guardiola had not spoken to him since February. Nella sua autobiografia Io sono Zlatan, he states, "'It started well but then Messi started to talk. He wanted to play in the middle, not on the wing, so the system changed from 4–3–3 to 4–5–1. I was sacrificed and no longer had the freedom on the pitch I need to succeed."

2010–11 season: Loan to Milan

Su 28 agosto 2010, AC Milan announced via their official website that they had signed Ibrahimović for the Stagione 2010-11. He was loaned out to Milan for the season, with the club having the option to purchase him outright for €24 million at the end of the season. He signed a four-year deal immediately after successfully passing the medical examinations. Upon signing, Ibrahimović said, "This move gives me more adrenaline. I have moved here to win the Champions League with Milan. I want to win the double."

Ibrahimović on the ball for Milan in the UEFA Champions League 2010-11

Ibrahimović made his Milan debut in a 2–0 loss to Cesena on 11 September, in which he missed a pena late in the match, and scored his first goals for the club when Milan defeated Auxerre nel loro primo Champions League match of the season on 15 September. On 14 November, Ibrahimović scored in a 1–0 victory against his former club Inter in the Derby della Madonnina. On 20 November, he scored his seventh goal against Fiorentina in the 45th minute with an over-the-head rovesciata, passando Alexandre Pato as the team's top goalscorer for the season. On 4 December 2010, in a game against Brescia, ha assistito Kevin-Prince Boateng to give Milan an early lead and then scored the third goal by a powerful tiro vicino al bordo del area di rigore to give Milan a 3–0 win. On 12 December 2010, history repeated itself in the game against Bologna after he assisted Boateng to give Milan an early lead once again and scoring later that match to make it 3–0, leading him to 13 goals with 8 assists in 21 matches in all competitions. Within days of the match, he was compared to Milan legend Marco van Basten by both the media and Van Basten himself.

Ibrahimović received a three-match ban after being shown a red card in a 1–1 home draw against Bari nel marzo 2011 per punzonatura difensore barese Marco Rossi nello stomaco. An additional three-match ban was given to Ibrahimović in February 2012 in a 2–1 home defeat against Fiorentina for swearing at an assistant arbitro. Ibrahimović stated in his defence that he was talking to himself nella frustrazione. Ha vinto il suo primo Scudetto with Milan after a draw against Roma. All agreements between Milan and Barcelona were confirmed on 18 June 2011.

AC Milan

Ibrahimović during a Milan game in December 2011

Ibrahimović started the new season on 6 August in the Supercoppa Italiana 2011 against city rivals Inter, where he scored the first goal of a 2–1 comeback victory to clinch the first trophy of the season. In the opening league match of the Stagione 2011-12, Ibrahimović scored Milan's first goal of a 2–2 home draw against Lazio. He scored his first Champions League goal of the season on 28 September in a 2–0 home win against Viktoria Plze, which was followed by another one on 19 October against BATE Borisov in un'altra vittoria casalinga per 2-0. He continued with his solid performances as he scored in a 4–1 home win against Parma and a bretelle in the team's 3–2 away victory over Roma, ending a successful month of October.

November saw him score in consecutive games against BATE, in the Champions League, and Catania, in the league. Later in the month against Barcelona in another Champions League tie, Ibrahimović scored against his old club to equalise the game at 1–1. Barça eventually pulled away however with Xavi scoring the winning goal to make it 3–2 at the San Siro. He ended November with a brace against Chievo, the first of those tallies brought his Serie A career total to 100 goals. In December, Ibrahimović scored a goal in each of five Serie A games. As 2012 started, he scored against Atalanta convertire un file calcio di rigore. He was the top goalscorer of Serie A, with 14 goals in 16 appearances following a brace against Novara, of which the second goal came from a tallone. On 5 February 2012 in a match against Napoli, he was shown a red card for slapping Salvatore Aronico in an off-the-ball incident, and was given yet another three-match ban from Serie A games.

On 15 February, in the first leg of the Champions League's round of 16, Ibrahimović set up both of Robinho's goals and also scored by a spot kick, thus helping Milan win 4–0 over Arsenal. On 3 March, during the 4–0 away win against Palermo, Ibrahimović took the lead of the goalscorers table as he scored a first-half tripletta to take his tally up to 17 goals. He finished the season as Serie A top scorer with 28 goals in 32 matches.

Paris Saint-Germain

Stagione 2012-13

Ibrahimović unveiled by Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo (right) and President Nasser Al-Khelaifi (sinistra)

Il 17 luglio 2012, Paris Saint-Germain confirmed that they had reached an agreement to acquire the sporting and economic rights of Ibrahimović from Milan, having already agreed personal terms with the striker, for a transfer fee of €20 million. Valued at €180 million, these combined fees eclipsed those commanded by Nicolas Anelka. His three-year contract would see him receive a net annual salary of €14 million including bonuses (which would be €2 million more than what he was earning per year just before he left Milan), and make him the second best paid footballer in the world behind Samuel Eto'o.

Ibrahimović greets PSG fans on the day he signed for the club in July 2012.

The following day, Ibrahimović signed the contract and made the following statement during the press conference: "It is a big step in my career and another dream come true. I am very happy because it is a project that I want to be involved in. I want to be part of the history of the club. I am here to win and nothing else." Ibrahimović scored twice in the second half for PSG to help them rally from 2–0 down at half-time to salvage a 2–2 home draw with Lorient nella loro apertura 2012-13 Ligue 1 incontro. He scored two goals in the first half to help PSG to a 2–1 win over Lille which was PSG's first Ligue 1 win after three successive draws in the first three league matches of the 2012–13 season.

"We haven't had a goalscorer like him in France for a long time. He is on a different planet to anyone else."

- Jean Pierre Papin on Ibrahimović

In apertura 2012-13 Champions League Partita del Gruppo A contro Dynamo Kyiv on 18 September 2012, Ibrahimović scored his sixth goal in only his fifth appearance for Carlo Ancelotti's side through a penalty. He thus became the first man to score for six clubs in the UEFA Champions League. On 8 October, Ibrahimović became only the third player (after Ronaldinho e Laurent Blanc) to have played in El Clásico in Spagna, il Derby della Madonnina in Italia e Il classico, the derby between Marsiglia and PSG. He scored both of PSG's goals (the first goal was from a backheel and the second was from a free kick) in the Ligue 1 Classico derby at the Stade Vélodrome on that day, with the match finishing 2–2. On 11 December 2012, he scored a hat-trick in a 4–0 away win against Valenciennes.

In January 2013, Ibrahimović was handed the maglia numero 10 after the departure of Brazilian winger nene. In April 2013, Ibrahimović scored in a 2–2 draw against his former club Barcelona in the quarti di finale di Champions League. PSG, however, were knocked out on away goals after drawing 1–1 at Camp Nou in the second leg. He ended the season as the assiste il leader nel 2012-13 Champions League, providing seven assists. On 12 May 2013, Paris Saint-Germain won the Titolo Ligue 1 after a 1–0 away win against Lione, their third title and first since 1994. He ended the year as Ligue 1's capocannoniere with 30 goals, becoming the first player to reach that mark in the French top flight since Jean Pierre Papin nel Stagione 1989-90. On 20 May, he was named as Ligue 1's Player of the Year by the Union nationale des footballeurs professionnels (UNFP).

Stagione 2013-14

Ibrahimović training with Paris Saint-Germain in 2013

Ibrahimović netted his first goal of the season on 31 August 2013, scoring deep into stoppage time as PSG recorded a 2–0 victory over Guingamp. On 24 September, it was announced that Ibrahimović had extended his contract with PSG, which would see him stay at the club until 2016. A week later on 2 October, the Swede scored twice as PSG ran out 3–0 winners over Benfica in una Champions League partita di gruppo. On 19 October, he scored two goals in PSG's 4–0 win over Bastia, one an audacious volleyed back heel as he reached behind the defender to fire the ball into the net. The goal was later named as Ligue 1's Goal of the Season, as chosen by the public. Four days later, Ibrahimović scored four goals in PSG's 5–0 away win against RSC Anderlecht in the Champions League; he scored the eighth-fastest hat-trick in the competition's history (completed in 19 minutes which included a bending 30-yard half-volley clocked at 93 miglia all'ora), and became the 11th player to score four times or more in una partita di Champions League.

On 27 November, Ibrahimović made his 100th UEFA Champions League appearance, scoring the opening goal in a 2–1 win over Olympiacos alla Parc des Princes. On 16 March 2014, Ibrahimović scored both goals in a 2–0 win over Saint-Étienne superare Carlo Bianchi's record del club of 39 goals in a season. On 11 May, he was named Ligue 1's Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. Ibrahimović ended the Ligue 1 stagione as top scorer with 26 goals as PSG won a second consecutive league title. Overall, he scored 41 goals in all competitions, including ten in eight Champions League matches.

Stagione 2014-15

Ibrahimović (left) during a UEFA Champions League quarter-final against Chelsea a marzo 2015

Ibrahimović scored his first two goals for Paris Saint Germain on 2 August 2014 against Guingamp in the Trofeo dei Campioni 2014, winning his first silverware of the season. In the first league match of the season, Ibrahimović scored twice but also missed an open net and had a penalty saved as PSG drew 2–2 with Reims. Ibrahimović scored his first league hat-trick of the season in a match against Saint-Étienne on 31 August. Nei quarti di finale del Coppa di Lega on 13 January 2015, Ibrahimović scored the only goal to win away at Saint-Étienne. The home team argued that the ball had not crossed the line, and fans threw objects onto the pitch, disrupting play for ten minutes.

On 11 March, Ibrahimović received a straight red card in a Champions League round di 16 partita contro Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, per un fallo su Oscar. PSG drew 2–2 after extra time to qualify for the quarter-finals on gol in trasferta. Nine days later, he scored a hat-trick in a 3–0 win over Lorient at the Parc des Princes. He netted another hat-trick on 8 April as PSG reached the Finale Coppa di Francia 2015 with a 4–1 win over Saint-Étienne, starting with a penalty for his 100th goal for the club. He ended the match with 102 career goals for PSG, second only to Paoletta. Three days later, he scored twice as PSG defeated Bastia 4–0 in the Finale della Coppa di Lega 2015. The first goal was a penalty which he won when fouled by Sebastien Squillaci, resulting in the Bastia defender's dismissal.

Stagione 2015-16

Ibrahimović playing against Shakhtar Donetsk in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League in September 2015

On 4 October 2015, Ibrahimović scored both goals from penalty kicks in a 2–1 home win over Marseille to overtake Pauleta and become Paris Saint-Germain's capocannoniere di tutti i tempi with 110 goals in all official competitions. On 25 November, Ibrahimović captained PSG on his return to hometown club Malmö FF in the fase a gironi della 2015-16 Champions League. He scored the team's third goal in a 5–0 win, a result that confirmed PSG's qualification to the fase a eliminazione diretta della competizione. In scoring twice in PSG's 3–0 win over Nice on 4 December 2015, Ibrahimović beat Mustafà Dahleb's previous record of 85 goals to become the club's all-time top goalscorer in the French first division. Il 16 febbraio 2016, nel UEFA Champions League 2015-16 round of 16 first leg against Chelsea at home, Ibrahimović scored the opener in the 39th minute with a free kick to help his team win 2–1. This was Ibrahimović's 116th appearance in the Champions League, meaning that he overtook Carles Puyol per entrare nel competition's all-time top ten appearance makers. Four days later, Ibrahimović netted twice during the 4–1 home win over Reims, taking his tally up to 23 league goals; he also set up the goals of Edinson Cavani e Gregorio van der Wiel.

On 9 March, in the second leg of PSG's Champions League tie with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Ibrahimović assisted a goal for Adrien Rabiot and scored the winning goal himself as Paris won the match 2–1 and progressed to the quarter-final stage with a 4–2 aggregate victory. With this goal, he became the 14th player to score 50 or more goals in UEFA club competitions. Four days later, he scored four times in a 9–0 win against bottom-placed Troyes that sealed PSG's league title with eight games remaining; his hat-trick goal was his 100th in the league. His nine-minute hat-trick was the fastest in Ligue 1 history. Later that day, he announced he would be leaving PSG at the end of the season, while joking that only if they replaced the Torre Eiffel with a statue of himself would he stay. On 16 April, Ibrahimović scored twice in a 6–0 home win against Caen to earn him a season-best 32 goals in league; it was also his 41st goal of the season, equaling his season-best in Stagione 2013-14 with two games less playing. Three days later, he netted the winner in the Coppa di Francia 2015-16 semi-final match away against Lorient to send Paris into the final for the second consecutive season; it was also his 42nd goal of the season, setting a new personal best. On 8 May 2016, Ibrahimović was named UNFP Ligue 1 Player of the Season for the third consecutive year.

Ibrahimović made his final Ligue 1 appearance for PSG against Nantes at the Parc des Princes on 14 May 2016, scoring twice in a 4–0 victory to become Paris Saint-Germain's top scorer in a single Ligue 1 season with 38 goals, which put him one goal ahead of Carlos Bianchi, who managed 37 in the 1977–78 campaign. Ibrahimović ended the 2015-16 Ligue 1 season as its top scorer, the third time that he had done so. The league match was stopped briefly in the tenth minute as fans gave Ibrahimović – whose PSG shirt was number 10 – a standing ovation. He was also cheered just before the final whistle, holding his two sons in his arms. They had run onto the pitch moments earlier, wearing number 10 PSG shirts with either the word "King" or "Legend" written in English on the back. The names were in reference to their father's "I came like a king, left like a legend" post on social media before the match. On 21 May 2016, Ibrahimović scored twice (his 155th and 156th goals in his 180th and final competitive match for the club) in the second half of the Finale Coppa di Francia 2016, and also set up Edinson Cavani's goal. PSG defeated Marseille 4–2 in that match. He was substituted to a standing ovation in the final minutes of the match. PSG thus won the L-Coupe de France-Coppa di Lega triplo domestico for the second consecutive season, and equalled Marseille's all-time record of ten Coupe de France titles. His record as PSG's all-time top scorer was surpassed by his former strike partner Cavani in January 2018.

Manchester United

Ibrahimović prior to a Europa League game at Old Trafford a settembre 2016

On 1 July 2016, Ibrahimović signed as a agente libero per Manchester United on a one-year contract, which had the option of being extended depending on his performance for the club. His salary was reported to be £200,000 per week.

Stagione 2016-17

Ibrahimović was handed the number 9 jersey ahead of the Stagione 2016-17. On 7 August, Ibrahimović scored the match-winning goal for Manchester United in the 2016 FA Community Shield, salendo sopra Wes Morgan passare oltre Leicester City portiere Kasper Schmeichel in una vittoria per 2-1. This was his record 10th domestic super cup, won in a fifth country. Nella sua Premier League debut one week later, he scored with a long-range strike in the 3–1 away win at AFC Bournemouth il giorno dell'inaugurazione. On 20 August, he scored both goals; a header in the first half and a penalty in the second, to beat Southampton 2–0 on his home debut. On 6 November, he scored twice in a 3–1 away win against Swansea City; his first was the 25,000th goal in Premier League history. He was later booked, picking up his fifth yellow card of the season, ruling him out of the league game at home against Arsenal on 19 November. On 5 February 2017, Ibrahimović scored his 15th league goal of the season and 20th in all competitions in a 3–0 away win against Leicester City, becoming the oldest player to manage at least 15 goals in a single Premier League season at the age of 35 years and 125 days.

Ibrahimović celebrates after scoring for Manchester United against Zorya Luhansk in una UEFA Europa League group stage match nel mese di dicembre 2016.

On 16 February, Ibrahimović registered his first Manchester United hat-trick in a 3–0 win over Saint-Étienne nel Europa League Ottavi di 32. On 19 February, he made his first FA Cup appearance, coming on as a 62nd-minute substitute and scoring the winner in a 2–1 fifth round win against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Exactly a week after his FA Cup debut, Ibrahimović scored two goals, a free-kick and a header (the winning goal), in the Finale della Coppa EFL 2017 to clinch United's fifth Coppa di Lega and to win his second trophy with the club. On 7 March, Ibrahimović was suspended for three matches by La Football Association for violent conduct after elbowing Bournemouth's Tyrone Mings in un pareggio per 1–1 a Old Trafford tre giorni prima. Later on 13 April, Ibrahimović was included in the six player shortlist for the Giocatore dell'anno PFA.

On 20 April, Ibrahimović sustained serious ligament damage in his right knee in a Europa League quarter-final against Anderlecht at Old Trafford. Several sources reported that the injury would sideline the player until at least the end of the Stagione 2016-17. Ibrahimović won his first major European title when Manchester United defeated Ajax nel Finale di Europa League alla Friends Arena in Stockholm, before being named in the UEFA Europa League squad of the season. At the end of the season, it was announced that Manchester United would release Ibrahimović at the end of his contract on 30 June 2017, although they later confirmed that they were in talks with Ibrahimović to re-sign him for the latter half of the Premier League 2017-18 della Premier League.

Stagione 2017-18

On 24 August 2017, it was announced that Ibrahimović had signed a new one-year contract with Manchester United. It was also announced that he would be wearing number 10 in his second season with the team. Ibrahimović made his return for the club on 18 November, replacing Anthony Martial as a substitute in a 4–1 home win against Newcastle United. The following week, he became the first ever player to feature for seven clubs in the Champions League when he came on as a substitute in a 1–0 loss to Basilea. In his first start of the season on 20 December, Ibrahimović's first goal of the season came as he scored a free-kick in a 2–1 loss against Bristol City in the quarter-final of the EFL Cup. On 22 March 2018, Manchester United announced that Ibrahimović had agreed to the termination of his contract.

LA Galaxy

On 23 March 2018, Ibrahimović signed for Major League Soccer (MLS) club LA Galaxy. He announced his arrival by taking out a signed full-page advertisement in the Los Angeles Times that simply said, "Dear Los Angeles, you're welcome".

Stagione 2018

He made his debut on 31 March as a substitute against Los Angeles FC nell'inaugurale Il traffico derby, where he scored twice, including a 45-yard (41 m) mezzo tiro al volo and a header in stoppage time, helping the Galaxy come from three goals down to win the match 4–3. After his match-winning performance, Ibrahimović said, "I heard the crowd saying 'We want Zlatan, we want Zlatan', so I gave them Zlatan." He scored twice for the Galaxy in a 3–2 defeat to FC Dallas on 30 May; he railed against his team after the match, saying "Every game we shouldn't be losing two or three goals and then you have to catch the game and try to win. This is not the game; this is absolutely not the game. Even if you are in MLS or Premier League, wherever, it doesn't work like that. We need to be the leading team and play from there, not to catch the goal all the time, so obviously it's not good."

Ibrahimović playing with the LA Galaxy in 2019

Ibrahimović scored a penalty in a 4–0 win against the Columbus Crew il 8 luglio. He scored his 12th league goal of the season against the Philadelphia Union in a 3–1 victory on 21 July. Ibrahimović scored his first MLS hat-trick the following week in a 4–3 win against Orlando City, with his three goals inside 24 second-half minutes helping the Galaxy overcome a 1–2 deficit. On 15 September, Ibrahimović scored his 500th professional career goal for club and country with another acrobatic strike in a 5–3 away defeat against Toronto FC. Post match, Ibrahimović stated he was "happy for Toronto because they'll be remembered as my 500th victim". The goal was nominated in August 2019 for the 2019 Premio FIFA Puskas for Goal of the Year. In his first year, despite the Galaxy missing out on the playoff, Ibrahimović managed to be selected for the Gioco MLS All-Star e la MLS Miglior XI, as well as being awarded the Premio Newcomer of the Year MLS e Obiettivo dell'anno MLS for his strike from distance against Los Angeles FC.

Stagione 2019

Ibrahimović was named Capitano della squadra prima della Stagione 2019. On 2 March 2019, he scored in the Galaxy's opening match in a 2–1 win over the Chicago Fire. On 31 March, in his second appearance of the season, Ibrahimović scored two goals from the penalty spot, including one In stile Panenka, in una vittoria casalinga per 2–1 contro il Portland Timbers. With this he reached 515 career goals, overtaking fellow countryman Gunnar nordahl to become the Swedish player with the most goals in football history. On 20 July, Ibrahimović scored a tripletta perfetta against Los Angeles FC to win the match 3–2. This performance followed a debate on whether Ibrahimović was the best player in MLS compared to Los Angeles FC rival Carlos Vela, with Ibrahimović claiming himself the "best by far". Ibrahimović scored a second hat-trick of the season on 15 September, in a 7–2 win against Sporting Kansas City. This brought his tally for 2019 to 26 goals, breaking the club record for most goals scored in a single regular season. Ibrahimović was again named both an MLS All-Star and to the Best XI for a second consecutive season.

Ibrahimović managed to lead the LA Galaxy to the Playoff della Coppa MLS 2019, where on 24 October, despite recording a goal and an assist, his side were eliminated in the Western Conference Semifinals, following a 5–3 away defeat against Los Angeles FC. On 13 November 2019, Ibrahimović announced he was to leave the LA Galaxy through his Twitter account, telling Galaxy fans "ou wanted Zlatan, I gave you Zlatan. You are welcome. The story continues...Now go back to watch baseball".

Ritorno al Milan

Stagione 2019-20

On 27 December 2019, Ibrahimović returned to AC Milan on a free transfer on a six-month contract until the end of the season, with an option to extend his contract until the end of the 2020–21 season, subject to certain conditions. He made his first appearance since his return to the club on 6 January 2020, coming on as a substitute in a 0–0 Serie A pareggio casalingo contro Sampdoria al San Siro. Ibrahimović scored his first goal for Milan since returning on 11 January, in a 2–0 away win against Cagliari. The landmark goal saw him score in each of the last four decades (1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s). On 9 February, he assisted a goal and subsequently scored another for Milan in their eventual 4–2 loss against rivals Inter; as a result, he became the oldest goalscorer ever in the Derby della Madonnina at the age of 38 years and 129 days, breaking the previous record set by Swedish compatriot Nils Liedholm (invecchiato 38 anni e 43 giorni).

Ibrahimović made his 100th appearance for the club (including his previous stint) on 15 July 2020, in a 3–1 home league win over Parma. He became the first player to score 50 Serie A goals for both Milan clubs on 29 July, with a brace in a win over Sampdoria. On 1 August, Ibrahimović scored a goal in a 3–0 win over Cagliari, becoming the oldest player to score at least ten goals in a Serie A season since Silvio Pio con Novara in the 1950s, at the age of 38 years and 302 days. On 31 August 2020, Ibrahimović extended his contract until the summer of 2021.

Stagione 2020-21

On 17 September 2020, Ibrahimović scored Milan's first goal of the Stagione 2020-21 in una vittoria in trasferta per 2-0 Shamrock Rovers nel second qualifying round of the Europa League. Four days later, he scored a brace in Milan's opening match of the Stagione di serie A, una vittoria casalinga per 2-0 Bologna. After missing three games recovering from COVID-19, Ibrahimović returned in the Derby della Madonnina on 17 October, scoring twice in three minutes as Milan defeated Inter 2–1. He scored his third consecutive brace in the league in a 3–3 home draw to Roma il 26 ottobre. On 22 November, Ibrahimović again scored twice in a 3–1 away win over Napoli, which was also his eighth consecutive league appearance with at least one goal. However, he also suffered a hamstring injury and had to be substituted.

Ibrahimović made his return to the side from injury on 9 January 2021, being brought on for the final five minutes of Milan's 2–0 win against Torino. On 18 January, he scored both of his side's goals in their 2–0 victory over Cagliari, ensuring Milan would stay three points clear at the top of the league table. Ibrahimović's goals meant that he had managed to score in each of his last nine starts for the club. On 26 January, he was involved in a confrontation with former Manchester United teammate Romelu Lukaku in quella di Milano Coppa Italia quarter-final match against Inter. Following a foul committed by Lukaku late in the first half, he and Ibrahimović exchanged insults as the pair clashed heads and had to be restrained by their respective teammates. Both players were booked as their arguments continued into the tunnel at half-time. Ibrahimović would be sent off during the second half following a second yellow for a foul on Aleksandar Kolarov, as Inter went on to record a 2–1 victory. Ibrahimović faced backlash after the match for his statements made in the confrontation, including when pitchside microphones picked up him telling Lukaku to "go do your voodoo" and calling him a "little donkey", with an investigation by the Federazione calcistica italiana to determine if the statements made constituted abuso razziale. He denied using racist language, and though no evidence of racist intent was found, Ibrahimović was fined €4,000, and Lukaku €3,000.

Ibrahimović scored another brace in a 4–0 win over Crotone on 7 February, reaching the milestone of 500 and 501 total club career goals in the process. On 22 April, he signed a new contract extension to stay at the club for another season. On 9 May, Ibrahimović had to be substituted off in the second half of Milan's 3–0 victory at Juventus following an injury to his left knee, which would rule him out for the remainder of the season.

2021 presente

On 12 September 2021, Ibrahimović made his first appearance for Milan since returning from injury and scored in a 2–0 win over Lazio, and in doing so, at the age of 39 years and 344 days he became the oldest non-Italian player to score a goal in the 123-year history of Serie A, breaking the record previously held by former Parma centre-back Bruno alves. On 23 October, Ibrahimović scored Milan's fourth in a 4–2 win over Bologna, becoming the fourth player to score a Serie A goal after his 40th birthday after Alessandro costacurta, Silvio Pio e Pietro Vierchowood. On 20 November, he scored two goals in a 4–3 loss to Fiorentina, and in doing so, became the oldest player to score a brace in a Serie A game as well as the first 40-year-old player to net a brace in Europe's top five leagues in the 21st century. On 11 December, Ibrahimović scored an acrobatic equaliser in stoppage-time in a 1–1 draw with Udinese, reaching the milestone of 300 career league goals across Europe's top five leagues, thus becoming just the third person in the 21st century to achieve it after Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

On 24 April 2022, Ibrahimović set up Tonali's 90 minute winner against Lazio, helping Milan take top spot in the league table. On 22 May, after the final match against Sassuolo, Milan won the Serie A title for the first time in 11 years, Ibrahimović also being part of their last title in 2011. He contributed with eight goals and three assists during the campaign. It was his overall 5th Serie A title (2 additional titles were revoked with Juventus), Ibrahimović dedicated the title to his agent and friend, Mino Raiola, who had died recently. Three days later, Ibrahimović revealed that he had played through an lesione del legamento crociato anteriore for six months during the season, for which he underwent surgical repair that day and would be off the pitch for at least seven months.

On 18 July 2022, it was announced that Ibrahimović had signed a one year contract extension with Milan, staying for the next season. He returned to training in February 2023, but was left out of the club's Champions League squad. Ibrahimović returned to first-team action on 26 February 2023, his first appearance in nine months, in a 2–0 victory over Atalanta. On 18 March, he became the oldest goalscorer in Serie A at the age of 41 years and 166 days when he scored in a 3–1 defeat to Udinese.

Carriera internazionale


In 1999, Ibrahimović played four games and scored one goal for the Svezia U18 squadra. Nel 2001 fece il suo debutto per il Svezia U21 team and played in two games in the Qualificazioni ai Campionati Europei UEFA Under 2002 21 campaign, including the second-leg game against Belgio nel spareggi di qualificazione which saw Sweden eliminated from the competition. In total, Ibrahimović played seven games and scored six goals for the U21 team.


Early career and 2002 FIFA World Cup

Ibrahimović was eligible to represent Svezia, Bosnia-Erzegovina or Croazia at international level; he chose Sweden. He made his debut for Sweden in a 0–0 amichevole pareggiare contro il Isole Faroe at Tipshallen il 31 gennaio 2001 durante il Campionato nordico di calcio 2000–01. On 7 October 2001, he played his first competitive match, a Qualificazioni ai Mondiali 2002 contro Azerbaigian, scoring his first ever international goal in a 3–0 win as Sweden topped their group to qualify for the upcoming tournament.

Ibrahimović was part of the Squadra svedese alla 2002 Coppa del Mondo FIFA held in Korea and Japan, who were eliminated at the round of 16 by newcomers Senegal. He appeared twice in the tournament, coming on as a substitute in the group stage game against Argentina and in the round of 16 game against Senegal.

UEFA Euro 2004

Ibrahimović in action for Svezia a giugno 2006

Sweden qualified for UEFA Euro 2004 as group winners, with Ibrahimović scoring three goals throughout the campagna di qualificazione. In Sweden's opening group match of Euro 2004 against Bulgaria on 14 June, Ibrahimović assisted one of Freddie Ljungberg's goals and later scored from a penalty in a 5–0 win. Nella partita successiva contro Italia on 18 June, he scored an 85th-minute equaliser with a back-heel lob to seal a 1–1 draw and was named Man of the Match; the goal was later named the best goal of the tournament. Svezia e Danmark subsequently sealed a place in the knockout round on direct encounters following a 2–2 draw in their final group match, despite a three-way five-point tie with Italy, with Sweden topping the group. In the quarter-finals against the Olanda, he missed a penalty in the resulting shoot-out following a 0–0 draw after extra-time, as Sweden were eliminated from the competition.

2006 Coppa del Mondo FIFA

Durante l' Campagna di qualificazione ai Mondiali 2006, Ibrahimović scored four goals in a 7–0 victory away to Malta il 4 settembre 2004. He scored a total of eight goals during the qualifying campaign, which ranked joint-third best among the UEFA teams together with Finlandia's Alessio Eremenko ma dietro il della Repubblica Ceca Jan Koller (nine goals) and del Portogallo Paoletta (eleven goals). He did not score during the 2006 Coppa del Mondo finals, as Sweden were knocked out in the round of 16, this time by Germania.

UEFA Euro 2008

Ibrahimović was called up for a euro 2008 qualificarsi contro Liechtenstein on 6 September 2006, but two days before the match, he violated team coprifuoco by leaving the hotel with teammates Cristiano Guglielmosson e Olof Mellberg, visitando a night club. Though none of the players consumed any alcohol, they were nonetheless all sent home by manager Lars Lagerback as punishment and did not take part in the match. Mellberg and Wilhelmsson did not appeal the coach's decision, but Ibrahimović felt that it was unjust and therefore refused to take part in Sweden's next qualifiers against Islanda e Spagna. He also refused to partake in a friendly against Egitto on 7 February 2007, but ended his self-imposed boicottare un mese dopo, and returned for Sweden's loss to Irlanda del Nord on 28 March. He did not score in any of the 12 qualifying matches. Ibrahimović was awarded the 2007 Swedish Golden Ball as the "Country's Top Player of the Year".

Ibrahimović ended his international goal drought, which had lasted for over two years, in a 2–0 win against Grecia in Svezia euro 2008 opener on 10 June 2008, in which he was named Man of the Match, also scoring in the next match, a 2–1 defeat against eventual champions Spain, four days later. He finished the tournament with two goals as Sweden were eliminated in the group stage by Russia, following a 2–0 loss.

Qualificazioni alla Coppa del Mondo FIFA 2010

Ibrahimović scored a goal in a 4–0 win against Malta on 10 June 2009 in a Qualificazioni ai Mondiali 2010. On 5 September 2009, he scored a last second goal in Stadio Ferenc Puskas contro Ungheria in a 2–1 win for Sweden in their maglieria in incontro, although Sweden ultimately failed to qualify for the tournament, finishing third in their qualifying group.

UEFA Euro 2012

Ibrahimović playing for Sweden at UEFA Euro 2012

In vista del Qualificazione Euro 2012, Ibrahimović was named team Capitano on his return to the national team by manager Erik Hamrén. He scored his first goals of the qualifying game against San Marino, where he scored the first and fifth goals in a 6–0 win in front of over 21,000 home fans despite being down to ten men for over an hour. His next goals came in the form of a tripletta contro Finlandia, che hanno battuto 5-0.

Al euro 2012 finals, Ibrahimović scored the opening goal in Sweden's first game of the tournament, a 2–1 defeat against hosts Ucraina. He then scored with a volley, later considered the goal of the tournament, to open the score in Sweden's 2–0 win against Francia in the last group match; he was later named Man of the Match. Despite the victory, Sweden were knocked out of the competition in the group stage. Although Sweden suffered a group stage elimination, Ibrahimović was named to the Team of the Tournament for his performances.

Qualificazioni alla Coppa del Mondo FIFA 2014

In October 2012, Ibrahimović scored Sweden's first goal as they came from 4–0 down to draw 4–4 in a Qualificazioni ai Mondiali 2014 against Germany in Berlin. It was the first time in its history that the German national team had not won a match after leading by four goals.

On 14 November 2012, he scored all four goals in a 4–2 win over England in the first ever match at the Friends Arena. His fourth goal, a 35-yard calcio in testa with his back to goal, won him praise from players and pundits, with Il guardiano calling it "a moment of sublime mastery", mentre BBC described it as a goal that "combined unfathomable imagination and expert technique". It would win Ibrahimović the 2013 Premio FIFA Puskas for Goal of the Year. It is often considered one of the best goals of all time.

On 14 August 2013, Ibrahimović scored another international hat-trick at the Friends Arena, scoring Sweden's first three goals in a 4–2 friendly win against Scandinavian rivals Norvegia. Ibrahimović ended Sweden's campagna di qualificazione con otto gol. He scored twice in a 3–2 spareggio sconfitta a Portogallo – billed as a battle between Zlatan and Cristiano Ronaldo (Ronaldo scored three) – as the team failed to reach the 2014 Coppa del Mondo. Ibrahimović summarised the defeat by saying: "One thing is for sure, a World Cup without me is nothing to watch."

Sweden's top scorer, UEFA Euro 2016 and initial retirement

Ibrahimović (pictured in Russia in 2015) initially retired from international football after euro 2016

On 4 September 2014, Ibrahimović scored his 50th international goal in a 2–0 friendly match victory over Estonia, making him the Swedish national team's capocannoniere di tutti i tempi. Earlier in the same match, he equaled Sven Rydell's record of 49 by scoring the opening goal. Il 8 settembre ha fatto il suo 100a apparizione for Sweden in a Qualificazioni Euro 2016 contro Austria alla Stadio Ernst Happel a Vienna. On 14 November 2015, Ibrahimović scored the winning goal for Sweden in a 2–1 victory in the home leg of the Euro 2016 qualifying play-off against rivals Denmark. Three days later, he scored both Sweden's goals of a 2–2 draw in Copenhagen to qualify the nation for the euro 2016 finale. Ibrahimović scored eleven goals during the qualifying phase, making him the second-highest overall top scorer after Polonia's Robert Lewandowski.

On 11 May 2016, Ibrahimović was included in the final Squadra 23-man for Sweden at Euro 2016. On 21 June 2016, he announced that he would retire from international football immediately after Sweden's last match at the tournament. The following day, Sweden finished il loro gruppo in last place after a 1–0 loss against Belgio, and as a result were eliminated along with seven other teams in the first round. As captain, Ibrahimović played every minute of Sweden's three group matches, but did not score any goals, managing only one shot on target during the tournament.

Talks of comeback and return to the national team

In November 2017, after Sweden clinched qualification for the 2018 Coppa del Mondo FIFA in Russia by defeating Italia nel secondo turno di qualificazione, there was speculation about a possible return of Ibrahimović to the national team. Ibrahimović himself expressed his wish to represent Sweden in the World Cup. However, in April 2018, Sweden manager Janne Andersson stated that Ibrahimović would not be called up for the World Cup, thus ending any possibility of a return. Later in June, Ibrahimović blamed the Swedish media for his World Cup absence.

In November 2020, Ibrahimović hinted in a newspaper interview once again the possibility of returning to the Swedish national side, prompting Sweden manager Janne Andersson to fly to Milan to discuss the matter with him. On 15 March 2021, Andersson included Ibrahimović in the Sweden squad for Qualificazioni alla Coppa del Mondo FIFA 2022 contro Kosovo e Georgia, officially confirming his comeback to the side almost five years after his initial retirement. Ibrahimović responded to the announcement by simply tweeting "The return of the God". On 25 March, he started in a 1–0 home win against Georgia, providing the assist to Viktor Claesson's decisive goal, making him the oldest man in history to play for Sweden's national team. He then assisted Ludwig Augustinsson's opening goal in the following 3–0 win against Kosovo before being substituted in the 67th minute.

On 15 May 2021, days before Sweden was to announce their UEFA Euro 2020 squad, Andersson confirmed that Ibrahimović would not be included in the squad due to a knee injury he sustained with Milan days prior. He appeared as a late substitute in Sweden's Spareggi di qualificazione alla Coppa del Mondo FIFA 2022 final against Poland on 29 March 2022, as Sweden lost 0–2 and failed to qualify for the 2022 Coppa del Mondo FIFA.

On 15 March 2023, national coach Janne Andersson said Ibrahimovic would be in the Sweden squad once more after a one year absence for their European Championship qualifiers against Belgio e Azerbaigian but would not start the games. With his appearance against Belgium, he was initially hailed as being the oldest player to appear in a European Championship qualifier, breaking the record set by Dino Zoff, however, it was later confirmed that Lee Casciarò, four days older than Ibrahimović, had instead taken the record the same day.

Stile di gioco

"Swedish style? No. Yugoslavian style? Of course not. It has to be Zlatan-style."

— Downplaying the influence of his background, Ibrahimović describes his unique playing style

Ibrahimović has been described by ESPN as being "good in the air, quick, tall, strong and agile, he plays well with his back to goal and boasts some of the best finishing, vision, passing and ball control around." A versatile and well-rounded attacker, from a tactical standpoint, Ibrahimović is capable of playing anywhere along the prima linea, due to his ability to both create and score goals for his team, although he is most often deployed as a attaccante, due to his composure and eye for goal. He has also functioned in a more creative regia role at times, as a sostenere in avanti o anche come a numero 10, in particular in his later career, after losing some of his pace and stamina with age; this deeper position allows him to drop into midfield to pick up the ball, where he can utilise his technical ability, vision, passing, and movement to create space and provide assist per i compagni di squadra.

Ibrahimović with the ball for Sweden at UEFA Euro 2012

While naturally right-footed, Ibrahimović is a powerful and accurate striker of the ball from both inside or outside the penalty area with either foot, and is also known for his accuracy from sanzioni e palla morta situazioni. An accurate finisher with his head as well as with his feet, his height, elevation, and strength often give him an advantage at winning aerial challenges, and also allow him to function as a "uomo bersaglio"; despite his large stature, Ibrahimović is uncommonly agile for a player of his size, and his athleticism and ability in the air have seen him score several goals from acrobatic strikes and raffiche throughout his career, which earned him the moniker Ibracadabra in the Italian media. In spite of his size and physique, Ibrahimović possesses excellent technique and ball control, which, coupled with his balance, power, and physicality, enables him to hold up the ball well with his back to goal, retain possession, and link up with other players; he has also been praised by pundits for his creativity and dribbling abilità. Although he is not gifted with exceptional pace, in particular over shorter distances, which became more evident in his later career as he slowed down with age, he is also a quick player and a fast sprinter, who possessed significant acceleration in his youth, and was able to clock top speeds over 30 km/h even into his 30s.

Ibrahimović celebrates after scoring with an acrobatic volley against Francia in June 2012. Like his idol Ronaldo, Zlatan often celebrates scoring a goal with both arms outstretched.

Considered to be a highly talented player in his youth, due to his prolific goalscoring, consistency, and spectacular strikes, Ibrahimović came to be regarded by many in the sport to be one of the best players in the world during his prime, and as one of the greatest and most complete strikers of his generation; he has also been regarded as one of the greatest strikers of all time.

Ibrahimović has drawn praise from managers and teammates for his leadership and longevity, as well as his fitness, professionalism, and dedication in training. Regarding his work-ethic, his former Juventus manager Fabio Capello commented in 2016: "At the beginning of his first spell at Juventus I noticed that he was weaker than I thought when he had to kick the ball and was not very strong in the air. Ibrahimovic loved making assists more than scoring goals. I wanted him to become more ruthless in front of goal and improve his finishing. He had the same technical skills as Van Basten and I made him watch some videos of him to improve his finishing. I told him to watch Van Basten's movements inside the area and the way he used to score goals. Ibra got it straight away; I think results are out there to prove it. He is a very humble guy and he worked every day to improve. He's proud of himself too, he loves being the best."

Ibrahimović‘s number 11 AC Milan jersey in the San Siro museum. He scored for both AC Milan and Inter Milan in the Derby della Madonnina.

Although Ibrahimović has been criticised at times in the media for being inconsistent in high pressure situations, and for his limited work-rate and poor performances in big matches, in particular in his youth, throughout his career he has scored in some of the biggest matches in football; these include the Derby della Madonnina e la Derby d'Italia in Italia, El Clásico, El Otro Clásico, e il catalano Derby di Barcellona in Spagna, Il classico in Francia, De Klassieker e Di Topper In Olanda, e la Derby di Manchester e Derby del nord-ovest in Inghilterra, as well as UEFA Champions League and UEFA European Championship games against some of the strongest opponents in European football. He has also scored in the Helsingborg SE-Malmö FF "Skånederby" in Sweden, e in Il traffico e la California Classico negli Stati Uniti. Moreover, in addition to being a prolific striker, he has also been highly successful throughout his career, winning numerous titles in several countries; additionally, he is the only player to have scored for six different clubs in the Champions League. Known for his strong mentality and leadership, as well as his extroverted and highly competitive personality, despite his success, he has been criticised in the media for his arrogance, aggression and rebellious character, as well as his lack of discipline on the pitch, in particular in his early career, which has led him to be involved in confrontations with other players, some of his managers and even reporters. Ibrahimović has frequently been compared to Dutchman Marco van Basten, due to their similar playing styles, physiques, and proclivity for scoring from powerful shots and volleys; despite this comparison, Ibrahimović has stated that his main influence was his idol, former Brazilian forward Ronaldo, whom he regards as the greatest player of all time. He has also been likened to the enigmatic French former footballer Eric Cantona, who also played for Manchester United.

Football-related business activities

Hammarby SE

On 27 November 2019, it was announced that Ibrahimović had bought 23.5 percent of the shares in Hammarby SE, a Swedish top flight club from Stockholm. The seller was Gruppo di intrattenimento Anschutz, also the owner of his former club LA Galaxy, who reduced their stake in Hammarby by half. In Sweden, all sport teams in the league systems are regulated to be organizzazione no profit, which means that a majority of the voting rights, or 51 per cento, is still controlled by the members of the club. I fan di Malmö FF, who were unhappy with Ibrahimović's investment in another Swedish club, have vandalised his statue in Malmö in numerose occasioni.


Ibrahimović in 2009

"Che cosa carew does with a football, I can do with an orange."

— Ibrahimović in 2002

Ibrahimović has been involved in several violent incidents with teammates. When he was playing for Malmö FF's junior team, Ibrahimović headbutted a teammate after he was tackled by him during a training session. The teammate's father, a police officer, wanted the other players to sign a petition to expel Ibrahimović from the team. Dopo un 2004 amichevole internazionale contro la Olanda, Ajax teammate Rafael van der Vaart publicly accused Ibrahimović of deliberately injuring him during the game. Ibrahimović responded by threatening to break both of van der Vaart's legs. Ibrahimović also reportedly punched Ajax teammate Mido in the dressing room after the latter had thrown a pair of scissors at him.

During his spell at Barcelona, Ibrahimović had a falling-out with coach Pep Guardiola, culminating in a dressing room incident in which Ibrahimović allegedly threw a training-kit box across the room and screamed insults at Guardiola. Guardiola eventually refused to speak to Ibrahimović and loaned him out to Milan. Barcelona vice president Carles Vilarrubi further revealed that Ibrahimović had threatened to publicly beat up Guardiola if he was not released to Milan. Ibrahimović stated that Pep Guardiola was "not a man" during an interview with CNN nel mese di novembre 2015.

In 2010, Ibrahimović was involved in a training-ground fist-fight with Milan teammate Oguchi Onyewu, after Ibrahimović had made a two-footed tackle on Onyewu, followed by a headbutt. The two were separated and the session prematurely abandoned, with Ibrahimović suffering a broken rib in the fracas. Both players had accused one of insulting the other. In March 2011, Ibrahimović was given a three-match ban for punching Bari difensore Marco Rossi in the stomach during a game. He received another three-match ban in February 2012 for slapping Napoli giocatore Salvatore Aronico. In 2011, Ibrahimović kicked teammate Antonio Cassano in the head while Cassano was speaking to reporters.

Ibrahimović (pictured at Paris Saint-Germain in 2012) courted controversy while at the club, for abuse of match officials and for on-field violence against opposition players.

In November 2012, while with Paris Saint-Germain, Ibrahimović received a two-match ban for kicking Saint-Étienne portiere Stephane Ruffier nel petto. In December 2012, he was accused by Lyon defender Dejan Lovren e presidente Jean-Michel Aulas of deliberately stamping on Lovren's head. Lovren suggested the reason Ibrahimović had escaped punishment was due to his "superstar status". Nel febbraio 2013, UEFA handed Ibrahimović a two-match ban for stamping on Valencia; ala Andrew salvato. In March 2013, PSG winger Lucas Moura claimed that Ibrahimović regularly insulted teammates, stating, "He always asks for the ball and insults a lot. He is sometimes a bit arrogant and complains." Moura later claimed, however, that the interview was twisted and badly translated. In May 2013, Ibrahimović was filmed screaming at PSG sporting director Leonardo after the club's title victory.

Lyon coach Hubert fournier accused Ibrahimović of abusing officials, stating in January 2015 that "all the referees in this league get insulted by this person". Two months later, following a Ligue 1 loss to Bordeaux, Ibrahimović was recorded ranting about the level of officiating in the match, proclaiming: "In 15 years I've never seen a referee in this shit country ... don't even deserve PSG." He later apologised, but was criticised by French politicians, and Ligue 1 imposed a four-match ban.

Ibrahimović at a press conference in Qatar in 2013

In 2013, Ibrahimović came under fire from the Nazionale femminile della Svezia for an interview published on Christmas Day by tabloid Expressen, in which he had commented about the disparity of achievements by, and the treatment of, male and female footballers. His former teammate Anders Svensson had been rewarded with a car for becoming Sweden's most-capped player that year, but Therese Sjogran had received no such reward for doing likewise for the women's team, despite owning 41 more caps (187 to 146) than Svensson at the time. Ibrahimović's response to the issue was that Sweden would be "devaluing" Svensson "by comparing him with the ladies' individual achievements. They can get a bike with my autograph on it and then we're good." Coach Pia sundhage replied that his comments were "sad and unfortunate" and epitomised "failings in the basic values of male football", while Sjögran said, "I understand him when he says that the men's national team brings in more money and exposure. That's true. But this is about respect."

Le Statue of Zlatan was unveiled in Malmö in 2019. After he invested in rival club Hammarby, Malmö fans vandalized the statue with spray paint and set it ablaze, before it was removed from its plinth on 5 January 2020.

On 21 May 2018, Ibrahimović was sent off for slapping Montreal Impact giocatore Michele Petrasso in the head, after the latter had stepped on his foot. Ad aprile 2019, Real Salt Lake difensore Nedum onuoha accused Ibrahimović of foul play and threats to injure him during a game, calling him "arrogant", "disrespectful", and "a complete thug". In May 2019, Ibrahimović received a two-match ban for violent conduct, after he had grabbed New York City FC portiere Sean Johnson per il collo.

On 20 July 2019, Ibrahimović elbowed Mohamed El Monir during a match with the LA Galaxy against Los Angeles FC, then had an altercation after the match with their goalkeeping coach Zak Abdel, telling him: "Go home. You little bitch. Go home". More controversy followed suit when, following Galaxy's loss to rivali di città Los Angeles in the playoff, Ibrahimović was seen making obscene gestures towards heckling fans as he left the pitch. In November 2019, Ibrahimović bought a 23.5% stake in Stockholm-based club Hammarby, who were the rivals of the striker's boyhood team, Malmö FF. In a statement, Ibrahimović expressed his admiration for the club and its fans, and how he was excited for the opportunity to support "one of the most interesting and influential clubs in Sweden." However, this investment decision infuriated many fans of Malmö who considered it a betrayal, and they vandalized his bronze statue and set it ablaze. Ibrahimović responded to the incident by claiming that the decision had nothing to do with where he began his career.

Ibrahimović received a one-match ban following an altercation with former teammate Romelu Lukaku in his side's Coppa Italia fixture against Inter Milan in January 2021, in which pitchside microphones picked up Ibrahimović repeatedly telling Lukaku, "Go do your voodoo shit", calling him a "little donkey", and telling him to "call mother". Ibrahimović denied accusations of racism, posting on Twitter: "there is no place for racism." An investigation was opened by the Federazione calcistica italiana, with a potential ten-match ban for Ibrahimović if found guilty of racial abuse. However, it was reported in March that he had been cleared of the charge, as the incident was deemed purely unsportsmanlike and only warranted a fine.

In April 2021, Ibrahimović was investigated by UEFA over alleged financial interest in a betting company called "Bethard". A month later, he was fined €50,000 by UEFA for breaking disciplinary regulations related to his interest in the aforementioned betting company.

Vita personale

Ibrahimović inscription on the Walk of Fame in his hometown Malmö

Ibrahimović has one sibling (Sanela) and four half-siblings. His longtime partner is Helena Seger, with whom he has two sons: Maximilian (born 22 September 2006) and Vincent (born 6 March 2008). He used to reside outside Los Angeles when he played for LA Galaxy. However, he still has a home in Malmö, where he spends his summers. Ibrahimović received an honorary cintura nera in taekwondo; he attended classes at the Malmö Taekwondo club Enighet ("Unity") as a child. Ibrahimović is fluent in five languages: Swedish, Bosnian, English, Spanish and Italian. He has stated that he was raised as a Catholic. Ibrahimović often si riferisce a se stesso in terza persona.

The name "Zlatan" was registrato nel maggio 2003 al Ufficio brevetti e registrazioni svedese for "most likely being perceived as Zlatan Ibrahimović", meaning he receives exclusive rights to the name for certain products, including articoli sportivi, abbigliamento e scarpe.

Zlatan Court entrance in Malmö with assistance of his sponsor Nike

Ibrahimović is under contract with Nike and features in their television advertising where he has appeared alongside other players endorsed by the company, including Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar e Wayne Rooney. Indossa il Nike Mercurial stivale line and has the names and dates of birth of his sons embedded onto the external sides of his boots. In late 2007, Ibrahimović, with the help of Nike, self-funded Zlatan Court in the streets of the city district Rosengard in his hometown Malmö: he provided a tappetino da gioco, pali, illuminazione e un moderno recinto. In 2008, he donated new Nike kit to his youth club, FBK Balcani.

In a February 2011 interview, Ibrahimović stated that the boxer Muhammad Ali is one of his role models, going on to say: "One of my idols in sport and outside the sport also ...he believed in his and he never gave up." While in Malmö with the national team in September 2012, Ibrahimović was honoured with the inscription of his name on the city's "Walk of Fame of Sports". The Swedish Post Office issued a set of five postage stamps featuring Ibrahimović in March 2014. Ibrahimović features in EA Sports' FIFA serie di videogiochi, and was the fourth highest rated player in FIFA 15.

An ambassador for the Programma Alimentare Mondiale delle Nazioni Unite, Zlatan appears at the global awareness campaign "805 million names" launch with its founder Marina Catena in 2015.

On 11 August 2014, Ibrahimović paid USA $51,000 to send the Swedish national football team for the intellectually disabled to the INAS World Football Championships in Brazil. After teammates Giovanni Elmandro, Kim Kallström, Andrea Isaksson e Per Nilsson donated autographed jerseys to be auctioned off for the cause, Ibrahimović responded, "What the hell are you going to do with a shirt? How much is it to go?". In a league match against Caen on 14 February 2015, Ibrahimović took off his shirt after scoring a goal to unveil the removable tattooed names of 50 people suffering from hunger around the world, in a gesture to raise awareness for carestia in accordance with the United Nations Programma alimentare mondiale.

Active on social media, Zlatan has over 55 million Instagram followers, the most for a Swede. Independent Swedish film production company Auto Images released the sports documentary Diventare Zlatan in February 2016 which follows Ibrahimović through his formative years with Malmö FF and Ajax all the way to his breakthrough with Juventus in 2005. The film has been featured at several film festivals including the Festival Internazionale del Film Documentario di Amsterdam, Helsinki Documentary Film Festival and the Festival del cinema nordico di Rouen fra gli altri. He non beve alcolici.

In 2018, Ibrahimović mentioned that his wife only allows him to hang one picture of himself at home: "My wife does not allow me to have pictures of myself", then added, "There is one of my feet on the wall. That is what has given us what we have, it is a reminder for the family, not for me, of what we have."

Il 8 ottobre 2019, a statue of Ibrahimović was unveiled in his hometown, outside Malmö's stadio. The statue, created by Pietro Linde, is 2.7 m (8 ft 9 in) tall and weighs almost 500 kg (1,100 lb).

Religious and social background

Ibrahimović was born to a bosniaco Muslim father, Šefik Ibrahimović, and a Croato Catholic mother, Jurka Gravić; his parents were immigrants to Sweden from SFR Jugoslavia–Šefik from Bijeljina, SR Bosnia ed Erzegovina and Jurka from Prkos vicino Skabrnja, SR Croazia–and met for the first time in Sweden. Ibrahimović's parents divorced when he was a child, and although his upbringing was divided between them, he spent more time with his father: "I had time with my mother but I really lived with my father." Relatives on both sides of his family were killed in the Guerra in Bosnia dei primi anni '1990. He has said in a 2012 interview with PSG that: "My father is Muslim, my mother is Catholic, but none of that has anything to do with football. I received a special education. I'm me and football is a religion in its own right, and everyone is welcome..." Ibrahimović was incensed in 2005 when Italian media attempted to build interest in a Juventus–Inter match by describing it as a "mini Balkan War" between himself and Serbian opponent Siniša Mihajlović. He said that he had no interest in nationalism, partially due to his mixed Bosniak-Croat parentage and his younger half-brother being fathered by a Serb.

In un'intervista con CNN on 24 November 2015, he stressed that his Muslim background was "not a factor" in fans' perception of him: "For me, it didn't change (anything) because my father is Muslim and my mother is Catholic... For me it is all about respect. That's how I grew up and the way I learned to be. This is what I am." Nevertheless he later described himself as a "deeply faithful Catholic". The Malmö-based television presenter Teddy Landén, who was interviewed for the same documentary, noted Ibrahimović's choice of shirt name following his 2001 transfer to Ajax. He believed that the player changed from having Zlatan to having Ibrahimović on his jersey to honour his background and show to children from Rosengard and Malmö in general: 'If I can do it, you can do it.'" In Ibrahimović's autobiography, he says that this change was only because his relationship with his father had improved at the time.

Il 18 febbraio 2021, durante l'a Europa League Ottavi di 32 partita tra Red Star Belgrado e Milano alla Stadio Rajko Mitic, Ibrahimović was subjected to racism by the Red Star fans. Ibrahimović, who did not play the match, watched the game from the stands and jumped to celebrate once Milan scored, when a fan shouted insults at him, including "balia"—an insulto etnico mira musulmani bosniaci. The match was played behind the closed doors due to the Pandemia di COVID-19, but a few supporters were allowed to spectate from a VIP box. Red Star Belgrade issued an apology and condemned the insults; however, UEFA opened an investigation of the incident nevertheless. On 14 April 2021, the club was fined €30,000 and ordered to play a home game in European competition behind closed doors.


His surname is tattooed in Arabic on the back of his right arm, the names of his sons Vincent and Maximilian on his right arm. He has the common Buddhist "Five Deva Faces Yantra" representing wind, water, fire, creative perception and space, arranged in a way believed to ward off illness and injury, on his lower back, in addition to a roaring lion. Another Buddhist tattoo, a "Yant Prajao Khao Nirote" is a protective emblem intended to end the suffering of a family, is on his upper right arm. The phrase 'Only God can judge me' is tattooed on his ribcage. He also has a feather, a pesce koi, Polynesian tribal, and ace of hearts and clubs.

Statistiche sulla carriera


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Club Stagione Campionati Coppa nazionale Coppa di Lega Continentale Altro Totale
Divisione Apps Obiettivi Apps Obiettivi Apps Obiettivi Apps Obiettivi Apps Obiettivi Apps Obiettivi
Malmö FF 1999 allsvenskan 6 1 - - - - 6 1
2000 Superettano 26 12 3 2 - - - 29 14
2001 allsvenskan 8 3 4 0 - - - 12 3
Totale 40 16 7 2 - - - 47 18
Ajax 2001-02 Eredivisie 24 6 3 1 - 6 2 - 33 9
2002-03 Eredivisie 25 13 3 3 - 13 5 1 0 42 21
2003-04 Eredivisie 22 13 1 0 - 8 2 - 31 15
2004-05 Eredivisie 3 3 - - - 1 0 4 3
Totale 74 35 7 4 - 27 9 2 0 110 48
Juventus 2004-05 Serie A 35 16 0 0 - 10 0 - 45 16
2005-06 Serie A 35 7 2 0 - 9 3 1 0 47 10
Totale 70 23 2 0 - 19 3 1 0 92 26
Inter Milan 2006-07 Serie A 27 15 1 0 - 7 0 1 0 36 15
2007-08 Serie A 26 17 0 0 - 7 5 1 0 34 22
2008-09 Serie A 35 25 3 3 - 8 1 1 0 47 29
Totale 88 57 4 3 - 22 6 3 0 117 66
Barcelona 2009-10 La Lega 29 16 2 1 - 10 4 4 0 45 21
2010-11 La Lega - - - - 1 1 1 1
Totale 29 16 2 1 - 10 4 5 1 46 22
AC Milan (prestito) 2010-11 Serie A 29 14 4 3 - 8 4 - 41 21
AC Milan 2011-12 Serie A 32 28 3 1 - 8 5 1 1 44 35
Totale 61 42 7 4 - 16 9 1 1 85 56
Paris Saint-Germain 2012-13 L 34 30 2 2 1 0 9 3 - 46 35
2013-14 L 33 26 2 3 2 2 8 10 1 0 46 41
2014-15 L 24 19 3 4 3 3 6 2 1 2 37 30
2015-16 L 31 38 6 7 3 0 10 5 1 0 51 50
Totale 122 113 13 16 9 5 33 20 3 2 180 156
Manchester United 2016-17 Premier League 28 17 1 1 5 4 11 5 1 1 46 28
2017-18 Premier League 5 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 - 7 1
Totale 33 17 1 1 6 5 12 5 1 1 53 29
LA Galaxy 2018 MLS 27 22 0 0 - - - 27 22
2019 MLS 29 30 0 0 2 1 - - 31 31
Totale 56 52 0 0 2 1 - - 58 53
AC Milan 2019-20 Serie A 18 10 2 1 - - - 20 11
2020-21 Serie A 19 15 2 1 - 6 1 - 27 17
2021-22 Serie A 23 8 0 0 - 4 0 - 27 8
2022-23 Serie A 4 1 0 0 - - - 4 1
Totale 64 34 4 2 - 10 1 - 78 37
Carriera totale 637 405 47 33 17 11 149 57 16 5 866 511
  1. ^ Dani Alves has won 38 trophies in his career, mentre Andres Iniesta has 36 trophies to his name (32 with Barcelona, tre con Spagna, e uno con Vissel Kobe)
  2. ^ Include Coppa Svenska, Coppa KNVB, Coppa Italia, Tazza, Coupe de France, FA Cup
  3. ^ Include Coppa di Lega, Coppa EFL, Playoff della Coppa MLS
  4. ^ Due presenze in UEFA Champions League, quattro presenze e due gol in Coppa UEFA
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Presenze in UEFA Champions League
  6. ^ a b Apparizione in Scudo di Johan Cruyff
  7. ^ a b c d e Apparizione in Supercoppa italiana
  8. ^ Una apparizione dentro Supercopa della Spagna, un'apparizione in Coppa UEFA, due apparizioni in Coppa del mondo per club FIFA
  9. ^ Aspetto in Supercopa de España
  10. ^ a b c Apparizione in Trophée des Champions
  11. ^ a b Apparizioni in UEFA Europa League
  12. ^ Apparizione in Scudo della comunità FA FA


A partire dalla partita giocata l'24 marzo 2023

Presenze e gol per nazionale e anno
Nazionali Anno Apps Obiettivi
Svezia 2001 5 1
2002 10 2
2003 4 3
2004 12 8
2005 5 4
2006 6 0
2007 7 0
2008 7 2
2009 6 2
2010 4 3
2011 8 3
2012 11 11
2013 11 9
2014 5 3
2015 10 11
2016 5 0
2017 0 0
2018 0 0
2019 0 0
2020 0 0
2021 4 0
2022 1 0
2023 1 0
Totale 122 62




Inter Milan


AC Milan

Paris Saint-Germain

Manchester United




Paris Saint-Germain

Ibrahimović (seen here in 2013) played for the Sweden national team from 2001 until 2016, and is currently Sweden's all-time leading goalscorer with 62 goals.

Manchester United

LA Galaxy




Anno Album Posizioni di punta
2014 "Du gamla, Du fria"
(Zlatan featuring Day)
(prodotto da Max Martin)


Anno Titolo Ruolo Note Rif.
2022 Il film sul calcio Lui stesso
2023 Asterix & Obelix: Il Medio Regno Caius Antivirus

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