'Football has left Zlatan': Undisputed prince of football calls time on career

Sports Tak Staff
June 5, 2023

One of the most prolific strikers of our generation, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has retired aged 41. 

He has played for the world's biggest teams and on two continents. 

Having started his career at the Swedish club Malmo in 1999, Ibrahimovic is the only active player to play across 3 decades. 

He has played 988 games, scoring 511 goals at club level. 

Ibrahimovic is also the highest goalscorer for Sweden with his 62 international goals. 

He has won 32 trophies, the most being the Serie A at five. 

The star has played for some of the best teams in the world. 

These include Barcelona, where he won La Liga, as well as PSG, winning Ligue 1 four times. 

He has one European trophy but, winning the Europa League when with Manchester United. 

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