Ibrahimovic is known for his love of tattoos but he looked extremely tattoo-less in a video he uploaded to Instagram this week.
There were plenty of raised eyebrows this week when Zlatan Ibrahimovic posted a video of himself playing football on a beach.
The first question was: Why is he not on pre-season duty with Manchester United?
And the second was: Where on earth have all of his tattoos gone?
Well, United boss Jose Mourinho addressed the first issue during a press conference in China on Thursday, as he explained why Ibrahimovic was still on holiday while a number of Euro 2016 stars who went further in the competition than him were back on club duty.
"The best suits are the suits by measure," Mourinho explained at a press conference in Shanghai on Thursday. "There are no two players the same.
"My decision on Zlatan is the consequence of many hours of study, analysis and discussion with my staff. Despite the fact he was out of the Euros one match before the English guys, everything is different."
After Mourinho went to the trouble of answering the first question, we thought we'd answer the second for you.
Ibrahimovic was snapped after a PSG game in 2015 covered in tattoos, but the truth is that most of them were temporary.
He had the names of 15 people suffering from hunger and famine tattooed onto his upper body in a bid to raise global awareness of the issue.
At the time, he said: “I had 15 removable tattoos on my body, they are the names of real people who are suffering from hunger in the world.
“Those tattoos have gone now, these people are still here. I hope that you can see them through me.”
Ibrahimovic does still have a number of permanent tattoos, but they are all on his arms and down the side of his torso.