Zlatan Ibrahimović is the only player in history to score for 𝘀𝗶𝘅 different Champions League clubs

 

Zlatan Ibrahimović is the only player in history to score for 𝘀𝗶𝘅 different clubs Champions League

  • Ibrahimovic is currently the only player in the history of Champions League to score for six different clubs in the competition.

Ajax (6 goals)

The Swedish striker had his first taste of Champions League when he joined  Ajax from Malmo on the On 22 March 2001 for 80 million Swedish kronor (€8.7 million) he also went on to make his first Champions League on 17 September 2002 for Ajax against  French champions Lyon he went on to score twice.

Scoring a total of  Six (6 )UCL goals for Ajax.

Juventus (3 goals)

Ibrahimović moved from Ajax to Juventus for €16 million. He was promptly inserted into the starting eleven due in part to top scorer David Trezeguet's injury problems and scored 16 goals. The club also reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League before being knocked out by eventual champions Liverpool.

He managed only (3) three Champions League goals for the club.

Inter (6 goals)

On 10 August 2006, Ibrahimović completed a €24.8 million move to Inter Milan, signing a four-year deal. In his first Champions League appearance for Inter, Ibrahimović was not able to avoid the 1–0 away defeat to Sporting CP as Inter began their European campaign in the wrong way.

He ended up scoring (6) six Champions League goals for inter Millan.

Barcelona (4 goals)

In the 2009–10 season, the 39 years old striker joined Spanish giants Barcelona from Inter in a dead that included Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o plus a reported fee of £59 million.

On 20 October, he scored his first Champions League goal for Barcelona in a group stage match against Rubin Kazan. and also against Stuttgart in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League knockout stage fixture.

 Ibrahimovic Barcelona later crashed out of the competition in the semi-final to Inter Milan in the Champions League.

Ibrahimovic scored (4) four Champions League goals for Barcelona.

Milan (9 goals)

On 28 August 2010, A.C. Milan announced via their official website that they had signed Ibrahimović for the 2010–11 season. He was loaned out to Milan for the season, with the club having the option to purchase him outright for €24 million at the end of the season.

on 11 September, in which he missed a penalty late in the match, and scored his first goals for the club when Milan defeated Auxerre in their first Champions League match of the season.

Zlatan scored a total of (9) nine UCL goals

PSG (20 goals)

On 17 July 2012, Paris Saint-Germain confirmed that they had reached an agreement to acquire the sporting and economic rights of Ibrahimović from Milan, having already agreed on personal terms with the striker, for a transfer fee of €20 million valued at €180 million.

On the 18 September 2012, Ibrahimović scored his first Champions League goal for PSG against  Dynamo Kyiv from the spot.

He went on to score a whopping 20 UCL goals for the Paris based team.

Should Zlatan Ibrahimović be named the greatest player ever to play the Champions League?

Source: @Squawka Football


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