Zlatan Ibrahimovic Football Career

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a Swedish professional football player whose career began with Swedish pro Club Malmö FF. Ibrahimovic has played among others on the Ajax and FC Barcelona. At this time, Ibrahimovic is playing for AC Milan as he became the champion last season in Serie A.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a Zweede footballer who was born on 3 October 1981 in Malmö. He is the son of a Bosnian father and a Croatian mother. Ibrahimovic started playing football with FK Bosna then released into youth activities including through Malmö FF, Ajax and FC Barcelona Football Ibrahimovic at this time for AC Milan as he became the champion last season in the Serie a. on January 31, 2001 Ibrahimovic made his debut for the Swedish national team in the match against the Faroe Islands. Since then, Ibrahimovic came out more than 60 times for the Swedish national team.
Club Career 
Zlatan Ibrahimovic began his career at FK Bosna then released into youth activities Malmö FF. 1999 Ibrahimovic Debuts as a professional footballer for Malmö FF in 2001 was the Ajax 8.2 million was transferred to Malmö FF player let Ibrahimovic from Ajax.
On 26 July 2001 did Ibrahimovic his debut for Ajax in the 0-1 loss against AC Milan. Ibrahimovic played three seasons for Ajax where he played 74 matches and scored 35 goals. With Ajax he was 2 x champion, won the national cup 1 x and 1 x won the Johan Cruijff Schaal.
On 31 August 2004 moved Ibrahimovic to Juventus. In his 1st season he was champion and was named “Foreign Footballer of the Year”. He scored 16 goals that season. In his 2nd season at Juventus did Ibrahimovic far less. But he was also this year’s champion with Juventus. In 2006 it was revealed that Juventus was involved in a bribery scandal and the Club relegated to Serie B.
Internazionale won for 25 million euros on striker of Juventus. In his 1st season, he scored 15 goals in 27 matches. He became the top scorer for Internazionale. Ibrahimovic was 3 times national champion with Internazionale 2009 won the Italian Cup and the Italian Super Cup. In 2009, he won the award for the best football player of the year in Serie a. in addition to this award, he received the title of best foreign player in Serie A and best goal in Serie a. He became first Serie A top scorer with 25 goals.
FC Barcelona 
27 July 2009 signed a five year contract with Ibrahimovic FC Barcelona. FC Barcelona player swapped Samuel Eto’o plus 45 million euros. In his first season at FC Barcelona he played 29 matches and scored 16 goals. He won his 1st season in the Spanish League title, Spanish Super Cup, UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup.
Ac Milan 
August 28, 2010 Ibrahimovic was on loan to AC Milan. He made his debut on september 11 against AC Cesena. In 25 matches for AC Milan Ibrahimovic scored 14 goals. He was a 2010-2011 season champion with AC Milan makes this is his 8th title in a row with five different clubs.
Inter Career 
On 31 January 2001 Ibrahimovic Swedish national team debuts for the match against the Faroe Islands. In the match against Azerbaijan on 6 October 2001, he scored his first goal for Sweden.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic participated in two world cups and two EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. At the 2002 World Cup, he made his debut for Sweden in a big tournament in 3rd group match against Argentina. He was allowed to raids on 88 minutes. Sweden was eliminated in the second round of Senegal. At the 2006 World Cup Ibrahimovic struggled with the injury as he scored 0 goals in three matches. Even at this World Cup Sweden was eliminated in the quarter-finals. This time the opponent Germany.
Ibrahimovic played at Euro 2004 his 2nd major tournament. Sweden made the quarter-finals against the Netherlands, which was decided by penalty shots. Ibrahimovic missed a penalty as Robben for Netherlands and Sweden made it decisive turned off. Ibrahimovic scored two goals at the European Championship. At the European Championships 2008 Sweden did not get beyond the group stage. At this tournament, Ibrahimovic scored the second-best goals of the tournament against Greece. In 2010, Sweden not by the party at the World Cup in South Africa.