The forward returns to Manchester United after 17 goals and seven assists in 28 appearances in his sole FPL season.
He is still recovering from a long-term knee injury but, when fit, Ibrahimovic's addition offers Jose Mourinho an intriguing option up front.
Ibrahimovic ranked second for shots on goal (115) and joint-top for chances created (47) among FPL forwards last season.
And his average of 5.8 points per match (ppm) was the fourth-highest among strikers.
But will the 35-year-old be a regular starter?
Romelu Lukaku (£11.7m) is expected to retain the lone striker spot after scoring three goals in his first two fixtures.
A secure pick, the Belgian’s total of 72 Gameweek starts over the last two seasons is more than any forward.
Lukaku is the most popular player in FPL, boasting a 57% ownership, and compares strongly against Ibrahimovic.
He scored more goals (25 to 17) last term and was far more clinical, converting 22.7% of shots to Ibrahimovic's 14.8%.
But there is a chance that, when on the pitch, Ibrahimovic could be handed penalty duties.
He took three of Man Utd's four spot-kicks in the Premier League last season.
But unless Mourinho changes formation and opts for a two-man strike force, Ibrahimovic could struggle to gain the attentions of FPL managers.