We all know that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a bit of boss.
After arriving at Manchester United, the Swedish striker opted to stay at the Lowry Hotel whilst he sorted out his new house. However, he soon swapped that hotel for the Radisson as it didn’t have a swimming pool for him to do a few lengths.
But now, after weeks of living out of a hotel, he has finally found himself a house - and it’s bound to be pretty spectacular.
The Sun have revealed some of the details of what Zlatan will call home for the next year.
Sitting outside of his new house will be his £1.5million collection of supercars, which he is getting shipped over from France. These include his bright red Ferrari Enzo and his £700,000 Porsche 918 Spyder.
A United source told The Sun: "His entourage are also bringing up his cars from his days at PSG.
"He'll certainly be noticed in the red Ferrari."
It’s unknown what other cars are included in the striker’s fleet, but they’re sure to be incredible. He once featured in a Nike advert driving a pink Lamborghini, while he is also allowed to choose any car from United sponsor Chevrolet as part of his deal at the club.
He also has a personal sponsorship deal with Swedish car manufacturer Volvo so expect to see a few of them lined up outside his house.
With all of his cars still in France, Ibrahimovic is currently being driven around Manchester is the exact same Mercedes that was used by former United boss Louis van Gaal. However, it seems that Zlatan will soon be seen zooming around the city in a Ferrari, Lamborghini or another supercar.
Inside Zlatan's house
Inside his house, Ibrahimovic has also made a few special requests.
"Zlatan asked for enough room for a gym to work out and do his martial arts,” the same source said.
The 34-year-old is a keen lover of martial arts. He scored an overhead kick on his United debut against Galatasaray last weekend and incredibly acrobatic goals is something that Ibrahimovic has become renowned for - which is probably all down to him practising martial arts.
And there is also bound to be a swimming pool for him after he left the Lowry for their lack of one.
But how much is that new home going to set Ibrahimovic back? Well, nothing actually.
That’s because United has agreed to foot the insane £20,000-a-month bill as part of his lucrative £200,000-per-week.
Jose Mourinho will certainly be hoping that this new house will get the best out of Zlatan on the pitch. Ibrahimovic has signed a one-year deal at the Theatre of Dreams and, despite reaching the latter stages of his career, is expected to help fire the club to a Premier League challenge.
Ibrahimovic will certainly have no excuses about his lifestyle if things aren’t going well.