He is one of the most recognisable faces in sport – earning hundreds of thousands of pounds every week playing football for one of the world’s best clubs.
Most of us could not even begin to imagine what Zlatan Ibrahimovich’s life looks like, but one lucky buyer could get a taste of the Swede’s pampered existence as his Cheshire mansion goes up for sale.
It is not known how much the new owner will have to fork over to get their hands on the property, but the asking price is thought to be somewhere in the region of £5million.
Zlatan, who was released by Manchester United over the summer but then handed a contract extension until the end of the season, is thought to have paid £32,000-a-week for the home when he lived there.
The six-bedroom home features a games room, wine cellar and gym surrounded by landscaped gardens and a decking area with built-in grill, according to the Rightmove listing.
As you might expect for the former home of a footballer, it also comes with state-of-the-art security system, an in-built audio system, and programmable lighting.
A six-bed, six-bath, luxury Cheshire mansion rented by Zlatan Ibrahimovich during his debut season for Manchester United has been put up for sale for a rumored asking price of £5million
The home is packed with bespoke features, such as a bar on the ground floor, wine cellar, gym, games room with pool and table tennis tables, and a large covered barbecue area with built-in grill
The Swedish sportsman will have to find a new place to rest his head after being granted a contract extension by Man U after the owner of this property decided to put it up for sale
The house has a built-in audio system, state-of-the-art security system, and lighting that can be programmed in each room, along with luxury fittings and furnishings
Zlatan moved into the home in the summer of 2016 after signing for United, before going on to score 28 goals in his maiden season in English football. Pictured above is the kitchen and bar area
The mansion was designed and built for the current owner, who decided to put it on the market over the summer as Ibrahimovich was released by Man U – before being offered a contract extension
Zlatan has been out for five months after sustaining a serious knee injury while playing in the Europa League, but is hopeful of getting his campaign going in the near future
A large downstairs dining area leads on to a sweeping staircase and up on to the first and second floors, where each of the bedrooms and their en-suite bathrooms are located
The property is decorated throughout in a sparse, black-and-white theme
Whoever snaps up the home will have plenty of room for guests, with six large bedrooms and bathrooms located upstairs
There is also a large outdoor area complete with a covered barbecue and sun loungers for relaxing on a hot day
The property, called Green Meadows, is constructed in an Italian style over four floors, with a private gated entrance