In addition to AC Milan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is also part of several companies that generate income for him. Most notably, he’s a majority owner of Padel Zenter in Sweden, which has been a great resource lately.
As reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport, Ibrahimovic has been an entrepreneur for years now. He has made several investments with the intention of growing his assets even after his football career comes to an end.
While the Swede has rarely flopped on the pitch, he has had mixed fortunes in the investment world. Thanks to above all his padel venture, however, his company ‘Unknown’ closed the balance with a surplus close to €9m euros this year.
In Sweden, Ibrahimovic is the owner of five Padel Zenter facilities and the sport has experienced a boom in the country, resulting in more money for the No.11. Furthermore, the striker has decided to open a facility in Milan.
Among the companies that Ibrahimovic has created, there is also the financial holding Ciroo. It was born in 2016 with the participation of Marco Verratti, Maxwell and Salvatore Sirigu, then his teammates at the PSG.
Most of his investments, though, involve real estate between Italy, Sweden and the United States. He has done less well in the digital sector, such as the Ibra Unplugged app, and his fashion line hasn’t done well either (clothing closed and fragrance about to as well).