Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic has announced his retirement from a glittering soccer career at the age of 41, leaving Italy's Serie A as the league's top scorer for the second consecutive season. The news has sent shockwaves through the soccer world, as fans reflect on his long and illustrious career.

Ibrahimovic is regarded as one of the all-time greats of the game, having won numerous titles in his long career. He started his career at Malmo FF in Sweden before moving to Ajax in the Netherlands. This was the start of a journey during which he would garner a reputation for his dazzling skills, sharp wit, and ruthless finishing ability.

Ibrahimovic's career took him to some of the biggest clubs in Europe, including Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, and Paris Saint-Germain. He won titles with all of these clubs and became known for his unique playing style, which involved a combination of brute force and exquisite technique. He was equally adept at scoring goals from long range thunderbolts as he was at outmaneuvering defenders with his nimble footwork.

In 2016, Ibrahimovic moved to Manchester United, where he immediately announced himself as a key player by scoring a brace in