Zlatan Ibrahimović Net Worth: Income & Facts

Zlatan Ibrahimović

Swedish professional soccer player who currently plays for Sweden national team and Series A club AC Milan Zlatan Ibrahimović has a net worth of a staggering $190 million.

Zlatan is one of the most decorated soccer players in the world and is also regarded as one of the greatest strikers of all time.

He has won 31 trophies in his playing career.

Moreover, Ibrahimović has scored more than 500 club goals with a total of 570 career goals.

Zlatan Ibrahimović
Zlatan Ibrahimović (Source: worldfootball.net)

Similarly, he has played for some of the biggest soccer clubs in the world, including Juventus, Barcelona, Paris SG, Manchester United, and LA Galaxy.

Ibra was named in the UEFA Team of the Year for a total of four years; 2007, 2009, 2013, and 2014.

Furthermore, Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter named him the second greatest Swedish sportsperson ever in December 2014. He was just below tennis player Bjorn Borg.

Zlatan Ibrahimović | Quick Facts

Full Name Zlatan Ibrahimović
Known As Zlatan
Date of birth 3 October 1981
Nicknames Ibra, Zlatanera, Ibracadabra
Age 42 Years Old
Gender Male
Place Of Birth Malmö, Sweden
Nationality Swedish


Profession Professional Soccer player
Zodiac sign Libra
Religion Muslim
Ethnicity Mixed
Residence Milan, Italy
Height 6 Feet 4 Inches, 1.95 m, 195 cm
Weight 95 kg, 209 lbs.
Color of Hair Brown
Color of Eye Brown
Body Measurement Chest – 42½ in or 108 cm

Arms / Biceps – 15¼ or 39 cm

Waist – 35½ or 90 cm

Sexual Orientation  Straight
Marital status Unmarried
Education Malmö Borgarskola gymnasium in Malmö, Sweden
Father Šefik Ibrahimović
Mother Jurka Gravić
Siblings Aleksander Ibrahimovic (Younger Brother), Monika Ibrahimovic (Sister), Violeta Ibrahimovic (Sister), Selma Ibrahimovic (Sister), Sapko Ibrahimovic (Older Half-Brother)
Partner Helena Seger (2001)
Ex-Girlfriend Maria Olhage (2000-2002), Erika Johnson
Children Vincent Ibrahimović, Maximilian Ibrahimović
Endorsement Nike, Volvo, Vitamin Well, and Xbox One
Playing Position Striker
Shirt Number 10
Sweden National Team Debut 2001
Club Debut Malmö FF (1999)
Clubs Juventus, Barcelona, Paris SG, Manchester United, and LA Galaxy
Awards & Achievements 15X Footballer of the Year, 7X Top Scorer, League Cup Winner, Spanish Champion, Spanish Super Cup Winner, 4X Italian Champion, 4X French Champion, Dutch Cup Winner
First TV Show Sondagsoppet (2001)
Manager Mino Raiola

Sportsman et Sportxtra

Active Years 1999-Present
Social Media  InstagramFacebookTwitter, Website
Net Worth $190 Million
Salary $35 Million
Merchandise Signed Jersey
Last Updated June 2024

Zlatan Ibrahimović Net Worth & Income

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s Net Worth

Swedish professional soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimović’s net worth is an astonishing $190 million as of June 2024.

Isn’t it cool to earn millions of dollars playing the sports you like all over your life?

Zlatan Ibrahimović
Zlatan Ibrahimović On Action (Source: The Athletic)

Well, it is harder than it seems but still the coolest thing to do!

Zlatan began his professional soccer career in 1999 with Malmo FF.

Clubs & Contracts

He transferred to Ajax FC in 2001 for €7.80 million. Similarly, after playing with Ajax FC for almost three years, he was transferred to the Italian club Juventus for the reported fee of €16 million.

He stayed with Juventus for three years and was transferred to another Italian club Inter Milan for €24.80 million. His market value at the time was €25 million.

Likewise, on July 27, 2009, Zlatan was transferred to Spanish club Barcelona for €69.50 million. Barcelona paid almost €25 million more than the market price, which was €45 million at the time.

In 2010 AC Milan signed Ibrahimović on a loan of €6 million though his market value was really at the peak at the time.

At the time, Zlatan’s market value was €46 million.

After the loan ended in 2011, Zlatan was back in Barcelona.

However, his market value had dropped significantly over one year time from €46 million to €35 million.

This is why AC Milan signed him again for €24 million though his market value was €35 million.

Furthermore, in 2012 French club Paris SG signed Zlatan for €21 million.

After four years in France, Zlatan transferred to English club Manchester United in 2016, which was a free transfer.

Then he played for the American club LA Galaxy for two years, starting from 2018 to 2020, and is currently with AC Milan.

During his time with Manchester, United Zlatan earned an annual salary of $35 million. Nonetheless, his salary was around $27 annually in his last year at the club.

Moreover, he accepted an annual salary of $1.4 million when he joined LA Galaxy in 2018.

Zlatan Ibrahimović’s Net Worth in Different Currencies

The soccer star Zlatan Ibrahimović’s net worth is around $190 million. Let’s look at his net worth in different currencies, including bitcoin.

Currency Net Worth
Euro €  170.22 Million
Pound Sterling £ 141.97 Million
Australian Dollar A$ 256.45 Million
Canadian Dollar C$ 243.70 Million
Indian Rupee ₹ 14,349,645,500
BitCoin ฿ 5,368.70

Zlatan Ibrahimović | Houses, Cars & Private Jet


Soccer superstar has several properties in different parts of the world.

Between 2016 and 2018, he used to reside in a rented mansion in Cheshire County in northwest England.

He reportedly paid the monthly rent of £30,000. The mansion is currently in sale for £4.8million.

Aside from that, Zlatan also owns a mansion in his native city Malmo which he purchased for €3 million.

Similarly, while he played for LA Galaxy, he resided in a mansion in Beverly Hills, California, with his family.


Just like rappers, soccer stars are also known for their extravagant automobile collections, and Zlatan is no exception.

His car collection is no ordinary. Zlatan’s amazing car collection includes a fleet of Ferraris, including £1.4 million Monza to magnificent £650,000 Porsche.

Most recently, Zlatan has been driving £160,000 Lamborghini Urus.

Similarly, his collection also includes Ferrari Sf90 Stradale worth £400,000. He purchased the Stradale to treat himself for his 40th birthday.

Zlatan's Ferrari Monza
Zlatan’s Ferrari Monza (Source: Carscoops)

Whatever he drives, Monza steals the show with its £1.4 million price tag making it the most prized possession of the soccer star.

Furthermore, Zlatan is one of 400 lucky owners with a rare Ferrari Enzo worth around £1 million.

Private Jet

Aside from a super expensive fleet of cars, Zlatan owns a $27 million private jet.

He owns Cessna Citation Longitude, which features a 65 feet wingspan, one of the biggest in the market, and it is spacious enough to accommodate 12 guests.

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Zlatan Ibrahimović | Lifestyle

Mr. Ibrahimović is pretty brash, straightforward, and has a distinctive attitude which is pretty good off the field.

However, his volatile and negative attitude on the field causes his fans to turn against him. Because of the same attitude, he does not receive any love and respect from opposing fans either.

He is also known as the biggest turncoat in world football. It’s not just fans he frequently pisses off, but his teammates as well.

The soccer player has been involved in a number of controversies over the course of his career.

During his time with Malmo FF’s junior team, he head-butted a teammate after he was tackled during training. In fact, the teammate’s father was on the verge of expelling Zlatan from the team.

This is but just an example of the attitude Zlatan carries.

Zlatan was investigated by UEFA in April 2021 for an alleged financial interest in the betting company.

He was fined €50,000 by UEFA a month later for breaking disciplinary regulations.

Moving on, Zlatan has been living together with his longtime partner Helena Seger. Together they have two sons, Vincent and Maximilian.

Zlatan With His Partner And Children
Zlatan with his partner and Children (Source: Sportslibro.com)

Besides, Zlatan is multilingual and speaks five different languages fluently. He speaks Swedish, English, Bosnian, Spanish, and Italian.

Furthermore, Zlatan does not smoke or drink but considers himself a sugar junkie. He is a tattoo freak and has Ibrahimović tattooed on his back arm.

Similarly, he has inked his son’s name on his right arm.

Aside from all these, Ibrahimović leads a pretty luxurious lifestyle and also takes care of his body. He hits the gym every day and workouts to maintain his ripped physique.

Zlatan Ibrahimović | Charity

People only see his harsh and straightforward words but often fail to see how generous the man really is.

Ibrahimović frequently engages in charity events and donates his time and money to the needy and unfortunates.

In 2020 Ibrahimović did his part to fight the spread of the COVID-19 in Italy.

Former LA Galaxy player organized a fundraiser to raise €1 million to help strengthen the emergency units and intensive care of Milano, Bergamo, and Torino’s hospitals.

In 2013 at PSG’s Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris, in front of 45,000 spectators, Zlatan took his shirt off for a goal celebration revealing 50 cursive names representing the world’s 805 million people suffering from hunger.

He had donated his body, talents, and platform to World Food Programme to raise awareness about the issue of hunger.

Though the tattoos were temporary and have most likely faded by now, it still was a great way to show and make aware the world of hunger issues. You see, that’s what Zlatan does!

Moreover, Zlatan paid $51,000 to send the intellectually disabled Swedish national football team to INAS World Football Championships in Brazil on August 11, 2014.

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Zlatan Ibrahimović | Media, Investments, and Endorsements


According to IMDb, Zlatan has eight credits to his name as an actor, mostly for short films and documentaries.

He is best known for his parts in Milano Debbie, Winner Stays, and TELIA – The Legend & The Apprentice.

Similarly, his other media appearance, Asterix & Obelix: The Middle Kingdom, is still in post-production.

Moreover, Zlatan has also appeared in tons of interviews in American late-night shows.

He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live in 2018.


Zlatan Ibrahimović has invested his riches in several sectors over the years.

He owns a number of real estate in different parts of the world.

Similarly, he purchased a 23.5% stake in Hammarby IF, a Swedish flight club from Stockholm, on 27 November 2019.

For this, Malmo FF fans were unhappy and even vandalized his statue in Malmo.


Most of Ibrahimović’s sports gear was sponsored by sports giant Nike between 2004 and 2014. However, for the 2016-17 season, he switched to Adidas.

After that, he again switched to Nike and is still with the brand.

latan on Volvo Commercial
Zlatan on Volvo commercial (Source: Brazen PR)

Apart from that, Zlatan’s name has been associated with several other brands, including Vitamin Well Sports, Microsoft Xbox, Nivea, and Volvo.

Zlatan Ibrahimović | Career

Zlatan was born in Malmo, Sweden, to his father, Šefik Ibrahimović, a Bosnia emigrant, and his mother Jurka Gravić, a Croatian emigrant.

Ibra’s father is a Muslim, while his mother is Catholic. Nonetheless, Zlatan has stated that he was raised a Catholic.

His parents separated when he was just a child. However, he spent more time with his father growing up.

Just at the age of six, he began playing soccer with local clubs.

By the time he was 15, he was on the verge of quitting soccer and working at the docs to financially support himself, but lucky for him his coach convinced him to keep playing.

In the year 1999, Malmö signed Zlatan, and the rest is history.

As of June 2024, Zlatan Ibrahimović’s net worth is $190 million.

Unknown Facts About Zlatan Ibrahimović

  • Interestingly, Ibra has a burger named after him in a French café.
  • He received an honorary black belt in taekwondo.
  • Zlatan admires and is a big fan of Brazilian footballer Ronaldo. He idolized him as a teenager.
  • Furthermore, he is the only player to have scored for six clubs in the Champions League.


How many champions has Zlatan won?

Despite his history with the league, Ibra has never won the UEFA Champions League.

Why did Zlatan leave Barca?

Ibra left Barca because he had conflicts with manager Pep Guardiola and apparently did not like the club or its members.

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