Zlatan Ibrahimovic has enjoyed a hugely successful career playing at some of Europe’s biggest clubs including Barcelona, Inter Milan, PSG and AC Milan.
As such, he has taken to the pitch with a number of the game’s biggest names.
Picking a starting eleven from the large list of top talents he has taken to the field with, is no mean feat.
However, Zlatan eventually managed it, picking a star-studded first team and bench as well.
Zlatan, of course, leads the line for his side and is supported on either side of a three-man attack by Lionel Messi and Ronaldinho.
He played with the Argentine during his time at Barcelona, and after featuring against Ronaldinho several times, he finally shared a dressing room with the Brazilian at AC Milan.
In midfield, Zlatan names Patrick Viera and Pavel Nedved, players he featured alongside at Juventus. He also played with Viera at Inter Milan
The final name in his three-man midfield is Barcelona legend Xavi.
His defence is packed with stars as well with French World Cup-winner, Lillian Thuram; PSG captain, Thiago Silva; former AC Milan and Italy centre-back, Alessandro Nesta; and PSG left-back Maxwell filling out the back four.
In goal is Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
Ibrahimovic also named five substitutes, and definitely had a difficult time picking a replacement goalkeeper.
He has Man Utd goalkeeper, David De Gea’s name crossed out and has former Brazil and Inter Milan shotstopper, Julio Caesar on the list.
Former Ballon d’Or winner, Fabio Cannavaro, is the only defender on Zlatan’s subs list which is completed by former AC Milan midfielders, Clarence Seedorf, Genaro Gattuso and Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta.
No players were selected from Ibrahimovic’s time at Man Utd and Ajax.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Dream Team
Goalkeeper: Gigi Buffon
Defenders: Lillian Thuram, Thiago Silva, Alessandro Nesta, Maxwell
Midfielders: Patrick Viera, Pavel Nedved, Xavi
Forwards: Zlatan Ibrahimovic Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho
Goalkeeper: Julio Caesar
Defenders: Fabio Cannavaro
Midfielders: Clarence Seedorf, Genaro Gattuso, Andres Iniesta