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Zlatan Ibrahimović
Zlatan Ibrahimović
Personal information
Full name Zlatan Ibrahimović
Date of birth 3 October 1981 (1981-10-03) (age 38)
Place of birth    Malmö, Flag of Sweden Good one Sweden
Height 1.95 m (6 ft 5 in)
Playing position Striker
Nationality Flag of Sweden Good one Swedish
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Milan
Number 21
Youth clubs
1989–1991
1991–1995
1995–1999
Flag of Sweden Good one Malmö BI
Flag of Sweden Good one FBK Balkan
Flag of Sweden Good one Malmö FF
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1999–2001
2001–2004
2004–2006
2006–2009
2009–2011
2010–2011
2011–2012
2012–2016
2016–2018
2018–2019
2020–
Flag of Sweden Good one Malmö FF
Netherlands Ajax
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of Italy Internazionale
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of ItalyMilan (loan)
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of France Paris Saint-Germain
England Manchester United
Flag of the United States LA Galaxy
Flag of Italy Milan
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074 0(35)
070 0(23)
088 0(57)
029 0(16)
029 0(14)
032 0(28)
122 (113)
033 0(17)
056 0(52)
0000(3)   
National team
1999
2001
2001–2016
Flag of Sweden Good one Sweden U18
Flag of Sweden Good one Sweden U21
Flag of Sweden Good one Sweden
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Zlatan Ibrahimović (born 3 October 1981) is a Swedish professional footballer who plays for Italian club Milan. Ibrahimović started his career at Malmö FF in the late 1990s under Roland Andersson. He was signed by Ajax, and made a name for himself under Ronald Koeman. He later signed with Juventus for €16 million. Ibrahimović gained fame in Serie A, benefiting from his strike partnership with David Trezeguet.

In 2006, he signed with league rival Internazionale, where he won individual awards such as the Italian Oscar del Calcio and the Swedish Guldbollen, and was named in the 2007 and 2009 UEFA Team of the Year, in addition to finishing as the league's highest scorer in 2008–09 while winning three straight Scudetti. In the summer of 2009, he transferred to Barcelona. His time at Barcelona was short lived, however, moving back to Serie A football with Milan the following season, in a deal which made him one of the highest paid footballers in the world and cost the Italian club €24 million. He then moved to Paris Saint-Germain later in his career, playing in Paris for 4 years, before moving to his former club Manchester United on a free after running down his contract with the Paris Saint-Germain. Ibrahimović joined American club LA Galaxy in 2018. He also retired from the Sweden national team following the 2016 UEFA European Championship.

Honours

Clubs

Ajax
Juventus
Serie A (2)
Inter Milan
Serie A (3)
Barcelona
La Liga (1)
A.C. Milan
Serie A (1)

Paris Saint-Germain

Ligue 1 (4)

Manchester United

FA Community Shield (1)

External links

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A.C. Milan squad - 2020–21

2 Calabria · 4 Bennacer · 5 Bonaventura · 7 Castillejo · 8 Suso · 9 Piątek · 10 Çalhanoğlu · 11 Borini · 12 Conti · 13 Romagnoli (c) · 17 Leão · 18 Rebić · 19 Hernandez · 20 Biglia · 21 Ibrahimović · 22 Musacchio · 25 Reina · 31 Caldara · 33 Krunić · 39 Paquetá · 43 Duarte · 46 Gabbia · 68 Rodríguez · 79 Kessié · 90 A. Donnarumma · 99 G. Donnarumma ·

Sweden
Flag of Sweden Good one Sweden
Swedish competitions · Swedish coaches · Swedish players · Swedish stadiums
Sweden
Sweden
Sweden – 2002 FIFA World Cup – Round of 16

  • Manager: Flag of Sweden Good one [[]]
Sweden
Sweden – UEFA Euro 2004 – Quarter-finals

  • Manager: Flag of Sweden Good one [[]]
Sweden
Sweden – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16

  • Manager: Flag of Sweden Good one [[]]
Sweden
Sweden – UEFA Euro 2008 – Group stage

  • Manager: Flag of Sweden Good one [[]]
Sweden
Sweden – UEFA Euro 2012 – Group stage

1. Isaksson 2. Lustig 3. Mellberg 4. Granqvist 5. M. Olsson 6. Elm 7. Larsson 8. Svensson 9. Källström 10. Ibrahimović (c) 11. Elmander 12. Wiland 13. J. Olsson 14. Hysén 15. Antonsson 16. Wernbloom 17. Safari 18. Holmén 19. Bajrami 20. Toivonen 21. Wilhelmsson 22. Rosenberg 23. Hansson

Sweden
Sweden – UEFA Euro 2016 – Group stage

1. Isaksson 2. Lustig 3. Johansson 4. Granqvist 5. Olsson 6. Forsberg 7. Larsson 8. Ekdal 9. Källström 10. Ibrahimović 11. Berg 12. Olsen 13. Jansson 14. Lindelöf 15. Hiljemark 16. Wernbloom 17. Augustinsson 18. Lewicki 19. Kujović 20. Guidetti 21. Durmaz 22. Zengin 23. Carlgren

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