Birth Date:03 October 1981
Birth Place: Malmö
At AC Milan since:2020
His professional football life began in Malmö, his hometown, where he scored his first goals in the Swedish top flight. In 2001 he moved to Ajax, kicking off a really successful start to his career: in Holland, he made his debut in European competitions and won the first trophies. Then in 2004, his arrival in Serie A: from Juventus to Inter, to consecrate himself definitively. In 2009 he moved to Barcelona, probably the most difficult parenthesis despite still managing to make a difference. So much so that a summer later, a few days after the end of the transfer market, he signed the pact with the Diavoli.
In San Siro, as an AC Milan player, he scored 56 goals in 85 total appearances, winning the 2010-11 championship and the Italian Super Cup in Beijing. In 2012, he moved to Paris Saint-Germain, the most lasting and rich parenthesis in terms of goals, games and triumphs. His "tour" in Europe is only missing England, which he discovers in 2016 thanks to the call from Manchester United. In spring 2017, a serious injury complicates the plans, keeping him off the pitch for several months. He leaves the Red Devils permanently in March 2018, flying to the Los Angeles Galaxy: this particular experience in MLS remains the last of his career. Now, again, AC Milan.