Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Career in 7 Photos

The Swedish striker announced his retirement from the sport on Sunday at the age of 41 after a successful career.

Milan sent him the last “Godbye” (a play on God, God and “Goodbye, Goodbye”) through the giant Tifo. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, after 20 years of terrorizing opposing defenses, announced on Sunday 4 June that he would be ending his professional career with a few tears. The Swede, who has betrayed his body over the past few seasons, will define his generation with his on-field style and cocky looks.

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Ibra is more than just a slick orator, he believes in flamboyant declarations between wit and selfishness. Lean, technical and powerful, yet incredibly agile for his size, the 41-year-old has scored nearly 500 goals in his prolific career. To sum up one of the centre-forwards of the time, from his early days to his instinctive love for AC Milan and throughout his time at PSG, he had seven shots.


Zlatan Ibrahimovic In France

Zlatan Ibrahimovic In Calcio.

After three years in Holland, Ibrahimovic becomes a threat to Calcio. He first signed for Juventus in 2004, before the Piedmontese club was relegated after a match-fixing scandal. He wasted no time recovering at Inter Milan in 2006. He quickly became undisputedly respected, winning five consecutive Italian league titles (his first two with Juve were subsequently dropped from the club’s roster). The 2008-2009 season was a huge success and he was named Serie A’s top scorer and player of the season.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic In Barcelona

Zlatan Ibrahimovic In Barcelona Zlatan , who was on top, defeated FC Barcelona in 2009 for the biggest transfer fee in the club’s history at the time. But his adventure in Catalonia doesn’t go as planned. He won La Liga, but was eliminated in the Champions League semi-finals against former club Inter, ultimately winning the tournament alongside former Barcelona star Samuel Eto’o, who went the opposite way. The Champions League will stay away for the rest of his career. The Swede has only been at the
Catalan for a year and has not enjoyed the full trust of manager Pep Guardiola.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic In AC Milan

Ibrahimovic returns to Italy, albeit at Inter’s nemesis AC Milan. It’s not just a new start, it’s the beginning of a passionate love between the Rossoneri and their striker. A San Siro favourite, he has continued to score, especially in the 2011/2012 season (35 goals in 44 games). Milan returned to the top of Serie A in 2011, seven years after their last title.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Zlatan Ibrahimovic announces  his retirement

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صحافي وتربوي، عمل في عديد الصحف الورقية والمواقع الإلكترونية منها إيلاف والعرب اليوم وإرم نيوز والشارقة 24 والتقرير وقنطرة.

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