Zlatan Ibrahimović Drives His LaFerrari In Stockholm

When you earn about $10 million a year, you can afford to enjoy the finer things in life. Case in point, football legend Zlatan Ibrahimović.

A couple of days ago, the hugely popular sportsman was filmed driving through the heart of Stockholm, Sweden in his bright yellow Ferrari LaFerrari, turning heads wherever he went.

Ibrahimović ultimately reversed his LaFerrari into the parking garage of his inner-city apartment building, just managing to squeeze through the narrow wooden doors and returning the Italian hypercar to hibernation.

At the height of his career, Ibrahimović was earning 18.2 million pounds ($24.37 million) a year to play for Manchester United. However, he recently took a pay cut and now walks home with ‘just’ 6.5 million pounds ($8.7 million) in annual salary.


  • Auf Wiedersehen

    Great…another over paid athlete prancing around and showing his wealth…yah.

    • Ameer Hassan Tajaldeen

      would you prefer a banker you dont know driving one ?

      • Auf Wiedersehen

        Nah, the athlete in a million dollar car is just cliche is all.

    • Kingsley Mpofu

      ” Showing his wealth” Where else is he meant to drive his car?

      • Auf Wiedersehen

        Not about where he’s driving it. Just the same old story of some over paid athlete flaunting a very expensive car…just a tired old combination….You might detect I have a problem with over paid athletes.

  • Blade t

    Yellow ?….

    • Vassilis

      It doesn’t suit all Ferraris but this particular paint is truly stunning. I don’t know if you’ve ever seen it in person. It has these metallic flakes that play with the light and it looks beautiful.

    • trentbg

      Well being the color of the Swedish national team, it makes sense.

  • annon

    really, that’s it…a drive down the street, reverses into a garage and then some still shots????, anyways IMO nice color combo, trust the roof is blue carbon to match the Swedish flag 🙂

  • Craig

    Not the prettiest of Ferrari’s.

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