Zlatan Ibrahimovic can’t sell his mansion in Malmo. It’s been sitting vacant for 700 days [Kvallsposten]

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a property problem, according to Swedish newspaper Kvallsposten.

According to a report published this week, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is struggling to sell his dream mansion in his home town of Malmo.

Zlatan’s troubles shifting the property have been so bad, the house has been left vacant for almost 700 days.

Kvallsposten have been unable to find out too much about what’s actually going on with the property, as the estate agents in charge of the sale told them they have signed a confidentiality agreement, and they are not at liberty to speak further on the matter.

Ibrahimovic snapped the house up for 30 million kronor in 2007.

He famously made the owners an offer they couldn’t refuse, believed to be well in excess of the asking price. Zlatan wrote in his bestselling autobiography:

We’re here because you’re living in our house. Take it as a joke if you want, but I’m serious. I’m going to buy this house. We’ll make sure you’re happy, but we’re having it.

It’s believed that Ibrahimovic spent a fortune renovating the house, which is likely to have increase its value far beyond the 30 million he shelled out to begin with.

Two years after putting the house on the market, however, it remains unsold.

The 836 square meters house has an Italian kitchen, three large living areas, a private TV room, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a huge swimming pool.

If you are worrying that Ibrahimovic will be left homeless fear not. The PSG striker owns properties in Stockholm, New York, Miami and Paris.