Zlatan Ibrahimovic Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Wife and Salary 2023
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Net Worth and Salary at AC Milan 2023
|190 million dollars|
|7 million euros|
|15 million euros|
|Former salary at LA Galaxy||$7.2 million/year|
|Former salary at Manchester United||22.6 million euros / year|
|Former salary at Paris Saint-Germain||15 million euros / year|
|Date of birth||Oct 03, 1981 (42 years old)|
|Born in||Malmö, Sweden|
|Marital status||relationship with Helena Seger|
|Occupation||Professional footballer, advertising star|
|Nickname||Ibrakadabra, Super Zlatan|
|Children||2 (Maximilian, Vincent)|
Zlatan Ibrahimović is a Swedish professional footballer who plays as a forward for LA Galaxy from Malmö, Sweden.
Ibrahimovic is a prolific goal scorer who is best known for his technique, creativity, strength, ability in the air, and powerful and accurate striking ability. He is currently the third-most decorated active footballer in the world.
As of October 2023, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s net worth is estimated to be $190 Million.
How much does Zlatan Ibrahimovic make?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, one of the best strikers in the world, comes from Sweden, despite his Slavic name. The son of a Bosnian father and a Croatian mother, he was born in Malmö in 1981 and also started playing football there. He soon abandoned attending the local grammar school in Favour of his football career. Most recently, Zlatan played for LA Galaxy, where he was even the top earner in the MLS with a salary of 7.2 million US dollars. The superstar spent the second half of the 2019/2020 season playing for his old club AC Milan. He received a salary of around 3.5 million euros for the first half of the year and 7 million euros for the following season. The contract was extended for another year in 2021 on the same terms and runs until summer 2022.
The Swede benefits from a lucrative advertising deal with Nike, which probably brings him up to 3 million euros extra per year. He also earns income through appearances in various TV commercials (Volvo, Samsung,) and with his autobiographical book published in 2012. He registered his first name Zlatan as a trademark for sporting goods, shoes and clothing. As of October 2023, Ibrahimovic’s net worth is estimated at $190 million.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: From nobody to million-dollar fortune
In 1999, Ibrahimovic made the leap to professional football. With Malmö FF he was initially relegated, but helped to make direct promotion possible the next season with 12 goals. The interest of the international clubs was thus aroused. In the summer of 2001, he moved to Ajax Amsterdam for a transfer fee of 7.8 million euros. Three years later, Juventus Turin paid 19 million for Ibrahimovic. In 2006, he finally moved to Inter Milan – the club paid a transfer fee of 24.8 million euros. In one of the most expensive transfers in football history (to date), Ibrahimovic wenttoFC Barcelona in 75 for about 2009 million euros. After friction with coach Pep Guardiola, he moved back to Serie A with AC Milan in 2010 and earned 9 million euros net per season.
In 2012, Ibrahimovic took up his next stop at Paris Saint-Germain, where he even played alongside superstar David Beckham in the second half of 2013. With an annual salary of 15 million euros at Paris Saint Germain, Ibrahimovic was one of the highest-paid footballers in the world.
Manchester United and a crazy salary
After winning four French league titles, Zlatan moved to English Premier League club Manchester United in the summer of 2016 and was also on the hunt for goals alongside Bastian Schweinsteiger for a short time. Since the striker was available on a free transfer, the salary had to be bombastic:
For example, Der Spiegel published the contract details, which were leaked via Football leaks. Mino Raiola, Ibra’s long-standing and trusted advisor, negotiated a top deal with coach Jose Mourinho for the Swede, where the player’s agent himself should also earn a lot of money. In his one-year contract until 30 June 2017, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is said to have collected a gross salary of 22.62 million euros. In addition, there are interesting bonuses for goals or assists, which are made up as follows:
- 280,000 euros for the first 5 goals or assists.
- 470,000 euros for 6-10 more goals
- 660,000 euros for 11-15 more goals
- 850,000 euros for 16-20 more goals
- €1.13 million for 21-35 more goals
- €2.27 million for 36-40 more goals
Ibra scored a total of 28 goals and provided 10 assists before rupturing his cruciate ligament on 20 April. So an additional 3.39 million euros went to the superstar’s account. There was no automatic contract extension with the same top conditions until 2018 due to the injury and the league position. United should have finished the Premier League in the top-3 and Zlatan should have started 31 of 38 games. (Until his injury, it was 27 out of 33 games).
The contract extension between Manchester United and Ibrahimovic was agreed in August 2017. By waiving half of his basic salary, he was able to stay with the English record champions at least until the summer of 2018 and continue to hunt for goals. However, in March 2018, the 10 million contract was terminated prematurely and ended with the move to LA Galaxy.
He moved to LA Galaxy in the MLS in March 2018, where Zlatan gave up a lot of money in his first year. The first salary was only $1.5 million. The reason for this is the so-called salary cap, as it also exists in other US sports leagues (NFL, NHL, NBA, …). In MLS, however, there are three exceptions per team, which were already occupied by the Galaxy. In 2019, the Swede was the MLS’s top earner with $7.2 million before bidding a fitting farewell.
Detail on the side: The Swede also had a 100-million-dollar contract from China, which he thankfully rejected in favor of LA Galaxy. His player agent Mino Raiola is said not to have been pleased with the deal.
Back to AC Milan
In December 2019, the Swedish superstar signed for a second spell with AC Milan. He already played in the Milan jersey from 2010-2012. The new contract initially runs until summer 2020 and includes an option for a further year. Zlatan will receive a salary of 3.5 million euros for half a year and 2021 million euros in 7.
Participation in betting providers
In April 2021, there was a scandalous revelation: By taking a 10% stake in the Swedish betting company “Bethard” via a sub-company, Zlatan clearly violated FIFA regulations, which now have a requested aftermath and could even lead to early retirement. Footballers are prohibited from participating in betting companies as entrepreneurs.
Sweden National Team
Parallel to his career in international clubs, Ibrahimovic also played as a Swedish international. He first scored for the U21 national team, and from 2001 for the senior national team. While he was one of the supplementary players at the 2002 World Cup, he already had a regular place in the squad at the 2004 European Championship. At EURO 2012 and 2016, he captained his team. EURO 2016 was also to be his last stop in the national team.
Ibrahimovic won the Dutch championship with Ajax in 2002 and 2004, with Juventus in 2005 and 2006, with Inter Milan in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and with AC Milan in 2011. (However, the 2005 and 2006 championships were revoked in connection with the Italian football scandal.) Ibrahimovic won the Spanish championship with FC Barcelona in 2010 and the French championship with Paris Saint-Germain from 2013 to 2016. With Manchester United, he won the Europa League in 2017.
Ibrahimovic has been named Swedish Footballer of the Year 10 times – more than anyone before him. In 2008, 2009 and 2011 he was also named Footballer of the Year in Italy. Five times he received the award for the best foreign player of the year in Italy. Ibrahimovic was also repeatedly awarded the title of top scorer in the respective leagues.
Own stamp in Sweden
Due to his incredible fame in Sweden, a stamp collection was dedicated to the superstar in 2014. Ibrahimovic can be seen on a total of five Swedish stamps. He himself said in his usual arrogant manner: “I myself usually get bills, and they rarely have beautiful stamps. Maybe that will change now.”
Own video game
Since August 2017, the Swedish striker has had his own video game called “Zlatan Legends” on the App Stores. Here, too, the star will earn a lot of money and continue to strengthen his brand.
Bronze statue in Malmö
In honour of the top star, a 8kg bronze statue was erected in Malmö on 2019 October 500. Due to the purchase of shares of the Hammarby IF football club, which is in direct competition with Malmö FF, the statue has already been damaged several times by angry Malmö fans.
Ibrahimovic, who originally comes from a rather poor background, and his wife, the former Swedish model Helena Sager, do not hide their wealth. They own several magnificent estates and drive luxurious cars. The family has impressive properties in Malmö, Paris, Stockholm, Milan, New York and the ski resort of Are in Sweden.
Ibrahimovic has bought an island in Lake Mälaren, Sweden’s third-largest lake, for just under 3 million euros. The island contains 500 hectares of hunting grounds.
Cars from Zlatan Ibrahimovic
- Volvo C30 TS
- Porsche Cayenne Turbo
- Ferrari Enzo
- Ferrari 360 Spider
- Lamborghini Gallardo (color: pink)
- Porsche Carrera GT
- Mesarati Grand Turismo
- Audi S8 Quattro
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is an ace Swedish footballer who is known as one of the most prolific strikers, Ibrahimovic is well*known for his strength, precision, and stamina.
Having won 33 trophies in his football career, he has become the third-most decorated active footballer of present times.
As of October 2023, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s net worth is roughly $190 Million.